Power Windows

The ignition switch must be in the ON position for the power windows to operate.

WARNING.

Make sure the opening is clear before closing a window:
Closing power windows are dangerous. A person's hands, head, or even neck could be caught by the window and result in serious injury or even death.

This warning applies especially to children.

Always lock all passenger power windows with the power window lock switch on the driver's side while children are in the vehicle, and never allow children to play with power window switches:
Leaving the power window switches unlocked while children are in the vehicle is dangerous. Power window switches that are not locked with the power window lock switch would allow children to operate power windows unintentionally which could result in serious injury if a child's hands, head or neck becomes caught by the window.

CAUTION.

To prevent burning out the fuse and damaging the power window system, do not open or close more than three windows at once.

Operating the Driver's Side PowerWindow

Manual opening/closing

To open the window to the desired position, lightly hold down the switch.

To close the window to the desired position, pull up the switch.

Auto-opening


Auto-opening

To fully open the window automatically, press the switch completely down.

To stop the window partway, lightly pull up the switch and then release it.

Operating the Passenger Power Windows

The power windows may be operated when the power window lock switch on the driver's door is in the unlocked position.

The passenger windows may be opened or closed by the power window master control switches on the driver's door.

To open the window to the desired


To open the window to the desired position, hold down the switch.

To close the window to the desired position, pull up the switch.

PowerWindow Lock Switch


PowerWindow Lock Switch

With the lock switch in the unlocked position (button not depressed), all power windows on each door can be operated.

With the lock switch in the locked position (button depressed), only the driver's side power window can be operated.

WARNING.


WARNING.

Unless a passenger needs to operate a power window, keep the power window lock switch in the locked position: Unintentional power window operation is dangerous. A person's hands, head, or neck could be caught by the window and result in serious injury.

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