Cruise control

Cruise control enables you to maintain a constant vehicle speed without holding your foot on the accelerator pedal and it is operative when the vehicle speed is 25 mph (40 km/h) or more.

WARNING

Do not use the cruise control under any of the following conditions. These may cause loss of vehicle control.

● driving up or down a steep grade ● driving on slippery or winding roads ● driving in heavy traffic ● towing a trailer

NOTE

● If you press the CRUISE main switch button while turning the ignition switch ON, the cruise control function is deactivated and the cruise control indicator light flashes. To reactivate the cruise control function, turn the ignition switch back to the Acc or LOCK position, and then turn it again to the ON position.

● Make sure the CRUISE main switch is turned off when the cruise control is not in use to avoid unintentionally setting of the cruise control.

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