E l e c t r i c W i n d o w s E L E C T R I C W I N D O W C O N T R O L S
Accidental closing of an electrically operated window on fingers, hands or any vulnerable part of the body, can result in serious injury. Always observe the following precautions:
ALWAYS isolate the rear window switches when carrying children.
ENSURE children are kept clear whilst raising or lowering windows.
ENSURE that all adult passengers are familiar with the controls and the potential dangers of electrically operated windows.
DO NOT allow passengers to extend any part of their bodies through a window aperture while the vehicle is moving - injury from flying debris, branches of trees or other obstructions could occur.
It is recommended that the starter key is removed when leaving the vehicle.
The switches on the center console operate the windows as follows:
Right hand front window.
Left hand front window.
Right hand rear window.
Left hand rear window.
Isolating switch for rear door window
NOTE: Rear windows can also be operated by the individual switches mounted on each rear door, provided the isolation switch has not been activated.
Operating the windows The electric windows can be operated when the starter switch is at position ‘II’ and for up to 45 seconds after the starter switch is turned to position ‘0’ (provided a door is not opened in the meantime).
Press and HOLD the bottom of a switch to lower and the top of a switch to raise. The window will stop moving as soon as the switch is released.
ALWAYS close the windows when the vehicle is unattended.