Q: Q: How do I operate the moon roof?

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How do I operate the moon roof?

Your truck comes with a Moon roof built into the roof. This window can be opened and closed just like any other window. To operate the moon roof.

  1. Press the Slide button to open the moon roof.

  2. Pull the Slide button to close the moon roof.

  3. Press the Slide button to stop the moon roof from automatically opening or closing all the way.

  4. Press the Tilt button open the moon roof to a vent position.

  5. Pull and hold the Slide button when a Bounce-back has occurred to override the Bounce-back feature.

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