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How does the automatic window function work?
Your car has at least one window with auto up/down functionality – the driver side. However, depending on the trim, you might also have auto up/down functionality on the passenger front window. In either instance, here’s how to use it.
To automatically roll the window down, press down on the switch until you feel a click. Let go and the window will continue to roll down by itself.
To automatically roll up the window, pull up on the switch until you feel a click. Let go and the window will roll up and close.
To stop the window from rolling up or down automatically, just press the button again while it is in motion.
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