Power Windows

The power window switches located on the driver door control all four windows. The passenger doors have a window switch that controls that window. Push the switch down to open the window. Pull the front of the switch up to close it.

The power window switches located on the driver door control all four windows. The passenger doors have a window switch that controls that window. Push the switch down to open the window. Pull the front of the switch up to close it.

The switches work when the ignition is in ON/RUN, ACC/ACCESSORY, or in Retained Accessory Power (RAP). See Retained Accessory Power (RAP)

Express Window Operation

Windows with an express-up or down feature allow the front windows to be lowered or raised without holding the switch. Rear windows only have express down.

Pull a window switch up or push it down all the way, release it, and the window goes up or down automatically. Stop the window by pushing or pulling the switch.

Rear Window Lockout with Power Safety Locks

For vehicles with power safety locks, the rear window lockout button is on the driver door. Press  to disable the rear window controls and turn on the rear door power safety locks. The light on the button comes on indicating the feature is in use. The rear windows can still be raised or lowered using the driver window switches when the lockout feature is active. To  restore power to the rear windows, press the button again. The light on the button goes out. If the light flashes, the feature may not be working properly.

For vehicles with power safety locks, the rear window lockout button is on the driver door. Press Rear Window Lockout without Power Safety Locks to disable the rear window controls and turn on the rear door power safety locks. The light on the button comes on indicating the feature is in use. The rear windows can still be raised or lowered using the driver window switches when the lockout feature is active. To  restore power to the rear windows, press the button again. The light on the button goes out. If the light flashes, the feature may not be working properly.

Rear Window Lockout without Power Safety Locks

For vehicles without power safety locks, the rear window lockout switch is on the driver door. This feature prevents the rear passenger windows from operating, except from the driver position.

Press window lockout switch. A LED comes on when activated. to activate the rear window lockout switch. A LED comes on when activated.

PressIf the LED flashes, the feature may not be working properly. again to deactivate the lockout switch.

If the LED flashes, the feature may not be working properly.

Programming the Power Windows

If the battery on the vehicle has been recharged, disconnected, or is not working, you will need to reprogram each front power window for the express-up feature to work.

Before reprogramming, replace or recharge the vehicle's battery.

To program each front window, follow these steps:

1. With the ignition in ACC/ ACCESSORY or ON/RUN, or when Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is active.
2. Press and hold the power window switch until the window is fully open.
3. Pull the power window switch up until the window is fully closed.
4. Continue holding the switch up for approximately two seconds after the window is completely closed.

The window is now reprogrammed.

Repeat the process for the other windows.

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