Q: How do I operate the main power window control?

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How do I operate the main power window control?

The driver’s door has the main power window control. This control has four switches, to control all four windows. The location of each switch corresponds to the window it controls (for example, the front left switch controls the driver’s window, while the back right switch controls the passenger side rear window). To use the main power window control, press down on any switch to lower the corresponding window, or pull up on any switch to raise the corresponding window. Release the switch at any point to stop the progress of the window. Tips The power windows will work for 45 seconds after turning the vehicle off, unless you open a door first.

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