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Q: How do I use the sunshade?

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How do I use the sunshade?

A: The sunshade provides protection from the s...

The sunshade provides protection from the sun that enters via the sunroof. It can be opened or closed, depending on your preferences. To open or close the sunshade, simply slide it open or slide it closed. The sunshade will automatically open when the sunroof is opened.

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