Buick Regal: Instrument Panel - In Brief - Buick Regal Owners ManualBuick Regal: Instrument Panel

A. Exterior Lamp Controls. Instrument Panel

A. Exterior Lamp Controls.

Fog Lamps.

Instrument Panel Illumination Control.

B. Air Vents.

C. Turn and Lane Change Lever.

See Turn and Lane-Change Signals.

Driver Information Center Buttons. See Driver Information Center (DIC).

D. Cruise Control.

E. Instrument Cluster.

F. Horn.

Driver Airbag. See Where Are the Airbags?.

G. Driver Information Center Display. See Driver Information Center (DIC).

H. Steering Wheel Controls.

I. Windshield Wiper/Washer.

J. Infotainment.

K. Traction Control System (TCS)/ StabiliTrakĀ® System (If Equipped).

Interactive Drive Control System (If Equipped).

L. Info Display. See Operation.

M. Power Door Locks.

Hazard Warning Flashers.

N. Ultrasonic Parking Assist.

O. Front Passenger Airbag. See Where Are the Airbags?.

P. Hood Release. See Hood.

Q. Data Link Connector (Out of View). See Malfunction Indicator Lamp.

R. Instrument Panel Fuse Block.

Instrument Panel Storage.

S. Steering Wheel Adjustment.

T. Ignition Positions.

U. Heated Front Seats.

V. Storage Compartment.

W. Shift Lever. See Automatic Transmission or Manual Transmission.

X. Dual Automatic Climate Control System.

Y. Glove Box.

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