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Q: How do I use the auto up/down windows?

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How do I use the auto up/down windows?

If your vehicle is equipped with the auto up/down windows, then you can roll the window all the way down or all the way up with only a quick press of a button. Press the Power Window switch down to the second detent, and immediately release, to roll the window down all the way. Pull the Power Window switch up to the second detent, and immediately release, to roll the window all the way up. Press or pull the switch at any point to stop the progress of the window. Tip Only the front windows are equipped with the auto up/down feature.

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