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Q: How do I use the auto down window?

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How do I use the auto down window?

If your vehicle is equipped with the auto down window, then you can roll the driver’s window down all the way, with only a quick button press. To use the auto down feature, press the driver’s Power Window switch down to the second detent, and immediately release. The window will then roll down all the way. You can stop the progress of the window by pulling the switch upwards.

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