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Q: How do I use the power windows?

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How do I use the power windows?

A: The power windows allow you to roll down or...

The power windows allow you to roll down or roll up the windows with a single button. The front passenger door, and the rear doors all have a Power Window switch on the inside of the door, which controls that window. To roll down the window, press the switch down; to roll up the window, pull the switch up. Release the switch at any time to stop the progress of the window. Tips The power windows will work for 45 seconds after turning the vehicle off, unless you open a door first.

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