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Q: How do I use the power moonroof auto-open and close feature?

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How do I use the power moonroof auto-open and close feature?

The auto-open and close features allow you to open or close your moonroof with one touch of the button. To use the auto-open, simply pull the power moonroof switch (located next to the moonroof) rearward firmly, and release immediately. To use the auto-close, push the switch forward firmly, and release. Push or pull the switch at any time to stop the auto-open or auto-close feature.

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