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Q: How do passengers use the power windows?

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How do passengers use the power windows?

A: Each door is equipped with a power window s...

Each door is equipped with a power window switch. While the driver door has switches to control all of the power windows, the other doors only have one switch, to control the window on that door. To open the window, push and hold down on the switch. To close the window, pull and hold up on the switch. The power windows will only work when the power window lock is not activated, and when the vehicle is in the On/Run, Acc/Accessory, or Retained Accessory Power (RAP) positions.

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