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Q: How do I use the power windows?

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How do I use the power windows?

Each window in your vehicle has a power window switch that controls that window. The power window switch for each window is on that door’s door panel. To open the window, press the power window switch down lightly; release the switch when the window is at the desired height. To close the window, pull up on the power switch lightly; release the switch when the window is fully closed, or at the desired height. Tip The windows can be rolled up or rolled down for up to 10 minutes after the vehicle has been turned off. Opening a door cancels this.

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