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Q: How do I use the power windows?

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How do I use the power windows?

The power windows allow you to roll the windows down, or roll the windows up, with the touch of a button. Each door has a Power Window switch, that controls that window. To roll down a window, press and hold the switch down. To roll up a window, pull and hold the switch up. Release the switch at any point to stop the progress of the window.

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