Q: How do I control the moon roof?

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How do I control the moon roof?

The moon roof is controlled by the Power Moonroof button on the overhead console. To open the moon roof, push the Power Moonroof button towards the open position, and immediately release. To close the moon roof, push the Power Moonroof button towards the close position, and immediately release. Press either button to stop the progress of the moon roof. Tips The power moon roof will work for 45 seconds after turning the vehicle off, unless you open a door first.

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