Q: How do I open and close the power moon roof?

asked by on January 19, 2016

How do I open and close the power moon roof?

The power moon roof provides open air and light into your vehicle through the ceiling. To open the moon roof, press and release the Slide button on the moon roof controls. This will automatically open the moon roof most of the way, to the optimal setting. To open the moon roof all of the way, press the button again. Pull down on the Slide button and release to close the window. Tip If the sunscreen is closed, it will automatically open when the moon roof is opened.

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