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Q: How do I operate the power sliding back window?

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How do I operate the power sliding back window?

A: There is a Power Sliding Back Window locate...

There is a Power Sliding Back Window located on the roof of your truck. You can open this window at any time, just like the windows on the doors. To open the Power Sliding Back Window.

  1. Locate the Power Sliding Back Window control on the overhead console.

  2. Press and hold the Power Sliding Back Window switch to open the window all the way.

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