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Q: How do I use the automatic windows?

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How do I use the automatic windows?

The front windows have automatic features, that allow you to fully roll down or roll up the windows, with just one press of the Power Window switch. To automatically roll down the window, press the Power Window switch down all the way, and immediately release. To automatically roll up the window, pull the Power Window switch up all the way, and immediately release. Press or pull the switch again to stop the progress. Tips The power windows will work for 45 seconds after turning the vehicle off, unless you open a door first.

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