Q: How do I lock and unlock the rear windows?

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How do I lock and unlock the rear windows?

If you have kids, you may not want them to have access to raising or lowering the windows. You can use the window lock switch to prevent the rear window Power button from working.

  1. Locate the Window Lock button on the driver’s side armrest. It has an image of a window with an X drawn through it.

  2. Press down on the button to lock the rear window.

  3. Press down on the button again to unlock the window.

Tip

All the window switches still work at the driver’s position, when the window are locked out.

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