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Q: Where are the safety labels located?

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Where are the safety labels located?

A: Your vehicle has a few different safety lab...

Your vehicle has a few different safety labels to help you understand dangers and potential hazards for your vehicle. The labels have different pieces of information, and are located in a few different spots: 1. The driver side doorjamb. 2. Both the driver and front passenger sun visors. 3. On top of the radiator cap. 4. On the dashboard. The dashboard safety label is designed to be removed if you would like to get rid of it. However, the other four labels should not be removed, and should be replaced if they ever come off.

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