Q: How do I operate the power windows?

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How do I operate the power windows?

If you have power windows, you only need to know a few simple steps to operate them.

  1. Turn the ignition to on.

  2. Locate the switch on the armrest for the window you want to operate.

  3. Press it down to roll down the window, or pull it up to roll up the window.

Tip

The driver and passenger front windows are equipped with auto up and down capabilities. To use this, just:

  1. Press down to the second “click” and the window will roll all the way down.

  2. Pull up to the second “click” and the window will roll all the way back up.

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