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Q: How do I restore the One-Touch Up function?

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How do I restore the One-Touch Up function?

The One-Touch Up function allows the windows on the Driver and Passenger side to roll up and down with just one touch. If the battery on your vehicle is low, the One-Touch Up function will turn off. To Restore the One-Touch Up function.

  1. Pull the power window switch all the way up and hold it until the window stops.

  2. Continue to hold for 2 seconds.

  3. Press the power window switch down until the window stops.

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