Volvo XC60: Operating - Power windows - Power windows - Your driving environment - Volvo XC60 Owner's ManualVolvo XC60: Operating

Operating the power windows
Operating the power windows

1 Manual up/down
2 Auto up/down.

All power windows can be operated using the control panel in the driver's door. The control panels in the other doors only operate the window in the respective doors.

For the power windows to function, the ignition must be in at least mode I. When the vehicle has been running, the power windows can be operated for several minutes after the remote key has been removed from the ignition slot, or until a door has been opened.

NOTE
• Movement of the windows will stop if they are obstructed in any way.

• To reduce buffeting wind noise if the rear windows are opened, also open the front windows slightly.

Manual up/down

- Move one of the controls up/down slightly.

> The power windows move up/down as long as the control is held in position.

Auto up/down

- Move one of the controls up/down as far as possible and release it.

> The window will open or close completely.

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