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Q: How do I use the one-touch down window?

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How do I use the one-touch down window?

A: The one-touch down power window allows the ...

The one-touch down power window allows the driver to roll down the window all the way, with just a quick touch of the button. To use the one-touch down power window, press the driver’s Power Window switch down fully, and immediately release. The window will then automatically roll down. Press the switch again to stop the progress of the window.

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