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Q: How to adjust the steering wheel?

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How to adjust the steering wheel?

Adjusting your steering wheel is important for safety and comfort on the road. It’s easy to do, too. Just follow these steps:

  1. Find the adjustment lever located under the steering column.

  2. Pull the lever down.

  3. Adjust the steering wheel to your desired position (it moves up and down, as well as in or out).

  4. Return the lever to its previous position.

  5. Double check the steering wheel is locked and won’t move up or down.

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