Q: How do I disable the rear power windows?

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How do I disable the rear power windows?

Disabling the rear power windows is a key safety feature. It locks the rear power windows so that they cannot be opened by rear-seat passengers. This can help keep small children safe. The rear power windows will be automatically disabled anytime the rear safety locks are activated. To activate the rear safety locks, press the safety lock button, which is located at the bottom of the power window buttons. To turn off the rear safety locks and re-enable the rear power windows, press the safety lock button again. An LED light next to the safety lock button will illuminate when the system is activated, and turn off when the system is no longer active.

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