Power Seats

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A. Seat Position Control
B. Seatback Adjustment Control
C. Lumbar Adjustment Control

To adjust a power seat, if equipped:

- Slide control (A) forward or rearward, and up or down to adjust the power seat.
- Raise or recline the seatback by tilting control (B) forward or rearward.
- Increase or decrease the lumbar support by pressing and holding the front or rear of control (C).

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