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Q: How does the window lock feature work?

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How does the window lock feature work?

Your car comes equipped with a number of safety features. One that you might not be aware of is the window lock. This allows you to lockout window operation for all the windows in the vehicle except for the driver side (it’s an important feature for parents with children in the back seat). Here’s what you need to know:

  1. Press the side of the button with the X to lock the windows. Only the driver controls will operate the windows now.

  2. Press the side of the button without the X to unlock the window controls for other windows.

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