Q: How do I use the one-touch up or down front windows?

asked by on January 19, 2016

How do I use the one-touch up or down front windows?

The one-touch up or down power windows allow you to entirely roll up or roll down the front windows, with just one quick press of a button. Press either front Power Window switch down all the way and immediately release to roll the window down entirely. Pull either switch up all the way and immediately release to roll the window up entirely. Press either switch again to stop the progress of the window.

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