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Q: The seats in your truck were designed to create a comfortable ride. To add to the comfort, the seats can be adjusted. To adjust the seats.

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The seats in your truck were designed to create a comfortable ride. To add to the comfort, the seats can be adjusted. To adjust the seats.

  1. Lift up the track release bar under the seat.

  2. Move the seat backwards and forwards and release the track release bar when it is in the position you want it in.

  3. Pull the release lever on the side of the seat.

  4. Push the seat backwards and forwards and release the release lever when it is in the position you want it in.

  5. If your vehicle has an electric control, you can also use this to move the seat back both backwards and forwards, as well as recline the seat.

  6. Turn the Lumbar Support dial, or press the Lumbar Support control, to increase or decrease the amount of Lumbar Support on your back.

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