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Q: How does the front passenger power window switch work?

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How does the front passenger power window switch work?

Your car is equipped with power windows in the front and rear (unless you drive a coupe, in which case you only have front windows anyway). The passenger side power window switch offers the ability to do three things:

  1. Roll the window up: Pull upward on the outer edge of the button to roll up the window.

2.Roll the window down: Press the back of the button to roll down the window.

  1. Lock the door: Press the lock button to lock and unlock the door.
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