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The Owner’s Manual is Now Online!

monkeyman

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Thanks! Seems odd the max trailer weight is 5,000 lbs, but the max tongue load is 351 lbs? Not the more standard 10%. That may be a deal killer for me unless it's a mistype.
 

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Can you view the the owners manual in the big 10.25 inch screen of the telluride ? I guess not. If so that would be a great touch and not having to lug around something big that barely fits the glove box ..... Thanks for the pdf. i guess i will save it in my phone and throw the hard copy under my big pile books i never read...
 

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I find that the manual doesn’t render properly on my iPad. All the graphics work on my PC. The manual could also be stored in the cubby behind the 3rd row.
 

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I find that the manual doesn’t render properly on my iPad. All the graphics work on my PC. The manual could also be stored in the cubby behind the 3rd row.
That cubby behind third row and to the left side is awesome. My manual is there, also a microfiber and a little spray bottle for all the shiny piano gloss and screens that attract fingerprints.
 

Tim-in-CA

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That cubby behind third row and to the left side is awesome. My manual is there, also a microfiber and a little spray bottle for all the shiny piano gloss and screens that attract fingerprints.
Most definitely .. I keep my road hazard lights and rubber gloves (in case I need to change a tire and don't want to get filthy) in that cubby as it has the jack. Everything else goes underneath in the larger cubby .. the Encyclopœdia Telluride (aka Users' Manual!), moving blanket, survival backpack with food/water/etc (in the event the Zombie Apocalypse hits), and other sundries.

Here's a link to the hazard lights … I recommend everyone have these in their vehicles!

 
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