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Q: How do I use the window lockout feature?

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How do I use the window lockout feature?

A: The window lockout feature allows the drive...

The window lockout feature allows the driver to have full control of the rear windows. This makes it safer to have children or pets in the rear of the truck, where they can access the power window switch. The switch is simple to operate:

  • Locate the switch on the driver’s side armrest. It is horizontally oriented and has a black line on one side of the switch and a crossed-out door on the other.

  • Press the crossed-out door symbol to lock out the windows.

  • To unlock the windows, press the end with the black line.

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