Windows

Power Window Controls (if equipped)

Driver’s side
Driver’s side

The power windows can only be operated when the ignition switch is in the “ON” position.

The driver’s door has switches (1), (2), (4), (5), to operate the driver’s window, the front passenger’s window, the rear left window and right window, respectively.

Passenger’s door
Passenger’s door

The passenger’s door has a switch (3) to operate the passenger’s window.

To open a window, push the top part of the


To open a window, push the top part of the switch and to close the window lift up the top part of the switch.

The driver’s window has an “auto-down” feature for added convenience (at toll booths or drive-through restaurants, for example). This means you can open the window without holding the window switch in the “Down” position. Press the driver’s window switch completely down and release it. To stop the window before it reaches the bottom, pull the switch up briefly.

Lock switch
Lock switch

The driver’s door also has a lock switch for the passenger’s window(s). When you push in the lock switch, the passenger’s window(s) can not be raised or lowered by operating either of the switches (2), (3), (4) or (5). To restore normal operation, release the lock switch by pushing again.

• You should always lock the passenger’s WARNING:
• You should always lock the passenger’s window operation when there are children in the vehicle. Children can be seriously injured if they get part of their body caught by the window during operation.

• To avoid injuring an occupant by window entrapment, be sure no part of the occupant’s body such as hands or head is in the path of the electric windows when closing them.

• Always remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle even if a short time. Also do not leave children alone in a parked vehicle.

Unattended children could use the electric window switches and get trapped by the window.

NOTE:
If you drive with one of the rear windows open, you may hear a loud sound caused by air vibration. To reduce the sound, open the driver’s or front passenger’s window, or narrow the rear window opening.

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