Question about 2003 Chevrolet Avalanche
I don't think you can turn off the passenger side since you have a back seat. The main purpose of being able to turn the passenger side off is when you are using a car seat.
If you can turn it off, there should be a switch on the dash and the instructions would be in your owners manual.
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