Q: How do I override the bounce-back?

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How do I override the bounce-back?

The Bounce-Back feature stops the window from moving when it detects something in its way. This feature can be overridden. To override the Bounce-Back feature.

  1. When the window reaches a Bounce-Back position, move the power window switch to the one-touch up position.

  2. Do not release the power window switch, or the window will stop in a Bounce-Back Position.

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