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How do you use the personal lights in the rear?
Rear personal lights are only available with the sedan version of the Altima. They’re located in the back, near the top of the door on each side. They’re designed to work like the map lights in the front of the car. To use them, just:
Press the switch to turn the light on.
Press the switch to turn the light off.
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