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Q: How do I use the driver power window controls?

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How do I use the driver power window controls?

The driver’s door has switches to control all four of the windows. These switches are set up to correspond with the windows they control (for example, the front left switch controls the driver’s window, while the back right switch controls the rear passenger side window). Press and hold any of these switches down to roll down the corresponding window, or pull and hold any of these windows up to roll up the corresponding window. Release the switch at any point to stop the progress of the window.

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