Q: How do I open and close the sunroof?

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How do I open and close the sunroof?

The sunroof is a power sunroof that is operated with the press of a button. The power sunroof controls are located on the overhead console. On the driver side of the power sunroof buttons is the open/close button. Half of this button has an icon of a vehicle with an open sunroof, and the other half has an icon of a vehicle with a closed sunroof. Press and hold the button the open icon to open the sunroof, or the close icon to close the sunroof. The sunroof will stop opening or closing when you release the button, or when the sunroof is entirely opened or closed.

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