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Q: How do I use the drive door window switches?

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How do I use the drive door window switches?

A: The driver has the ability to use all four ...

The driver has the ability to use all four power windows. On the inside of the driver door are four power window switches, which correspond to the four windows (for example, the front left switch control’s the driver’s window, and the rear right switch controls the rear passenger side window). These switches are operated just like the other power window switches: press and hold one down to roll down that window, or lift and hold one up to roll up that window.

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