Use the switches on the driver?s door armrest to control
each of the windows while the ignition is on or while
Retained Accessory Power (RAP) is active. See
Retained Accessory Power (RAP) on page 2-23 for
more information. In addition, each passenger door has
a window switch.
The AUTO switch on the driver?s door armrest has an
express-down feature. Pull the switch back all the
way; then release it and the window will lower
automatically. To stop the window from lowering, pull
the switch again. To partially open the window, pull the
switch back half way. When the switch is released,
the window will stop moving. To raise the window, press
and hold the switch forward.
Window Lock Out
Press the WINDOW LOCK button on the driver?s door
armrest to disable all passenger window switches,
or just the rear passenger switches. The middle of the
switch has a light to indicate that window lock out is
active. Even when the passenger?s windows are
disabled, the driver?s window controls will still
Press the WINDOW LOCK button a second time to
allow passengers to use their window controls again.
The light in the center of the button will go off to indicate
that the feature is disabled.
If you have the DIC, you can choose to lock out only
the rear windows. See DIC Vehicle Personalization
on page 3-50 for programming instructions.