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Q: How do I lower the power rear window?

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How do I lower the power rear window?

A: To lower the power rear window, handy for t...

To lower the power rear window, handy for the warmer months, simply press the rear window button, located above the windshield between the sun visors next to the dome lights, when the key is in the ignition. The button can also be pulled up to raise the rear window.

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