2005 Buick ParkAvenue Owners Manual PDF | Page 111

Rear Storage Area
If your vehicle has this feature, the rear storage armrest
contains two cupholders. To access the cupholders,
pull the armrest down from the rear seatback.
This armrest also includes a storage area inside the
armrest. To open it, pull up on the lever at the front edge
of the armrest.
Rear Seat Pass Through
Your vehicle may be equipped with a rear storage
armrest with a pass-through feature that allows for trunk
access. Pull the rear armrest down, then push down
on the trunk access panel latch to open the panel.
To close, push the access panel until it latches.
Convenience Net
The vehicle may have a convenience net located on the
back wall of the trunk.
Put small loads, like grocery bags, behind the net. It can
help keep them from falling over.
The net is not for larger, heavier loads. Store those in
the trunk as far forward as possible.
Unhook the net so that it will lie ?at when not in use.
Sunroof
The vehicle may have a sunroof. The sunroof has both
manual and express features for opening the glass
panel and sunshade.
The switch for the sunroof
is located on the headliner
between the sun visors.
The sunroof switch has a number of positions that
control sunroof movement.
The switch will only work when the ignition is on or
when the RAP is active. See Retained Accessory
Power (RAP) on page 2-23.
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Summary of Content

Rear Storage AreaIf your vehicle has this feature, the rear storage armrestcontains two cupholders. To access the cupholders,pull the armrest down from the rear seatback.This armrest also includes a storage area inside thearmrest. To open it, pull up on the lever at the front edgeof the armrest.Rear Seat Pass ThroughYour vehicle may be equipped with a rear storagearmrest with a pass-through feature that allows for trunkaccess. Pull the rear armrest down, then push downon the trunk access panel latch to open the panel.To close, push the access panel until it latches.Convenience NetThe vehicle may have a convenience net located on theback wall of the trunk.Put small loads, like grocery bags, behind the net. It canhelp keep them from falling over.The net is not for larger, heavier loads. Store those inthe trunk as far forward as possible.Unhook the net so that it will lie at when not in use.SunroofThe vehicle may have a sunroof. The sunroof has bothmanual and express features for opening the glasspanel and sunshade.The switch for the sunroofis located on the headlinerbetween the sun visors.The sunroof switch has a number of positions thatcontrol sunroof movement.The switch will only work when the ignition is on orwhen the RAP is active. See Retained AccessoryPower (RAP) on page 2-23.2-47