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Q: How do I open and close the sunshade?

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How do I open and close the sunshade?

The sunshade covers the moon roof, to give you protection from the sun. When the moon roof is opened, the sunshade will automatically open as well. To close the sunshade, do so manually by pulling it closed. You can also open it at any time by manually pulling it open.

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