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Q: How do I use the window lockout?

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How do I use the window lockout?

The window lockout is an important safety feature. When the window lockout is in use, the rear windows cannot be rolled down with the rear window switches (they can still be rolled down with the driver door switches). To turn on the window lockout, press the window lockout switch on the driver door panel. This switch sits directly beneath the power window switches. A light will illuminate next to the button to confirm that the window lockout is turned on. To turn the window lockout off, press the button again.

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