The power windows are equipped with pinch protection. If any fault arises with the pinch protection, a reset sequence can be tested.
Children, other passengers or objects may be trapped by the moving parts.
- Always operate the windows with caution.
- Do not allow children to play with the controls.
- Never leave children alone in the car.
- Remember that the power windows can also be operated even if key has been removed from the car, as long as the seat sensor detects that the driver's seat is occupied. The driver's door must be open and the driver's seat unoccupied in order to switch off the power to the power windows. The power windows can be reactivated via the centre display, even if the key has been removed from the car and the seat sensor does not detect that the driver's seat is occupied.
- Never put an object or part of the body through the windows, even if the car's electrical system is fully disconnected.
Operating the power windows.
The power windows can be operated as long as the seat sensor detects that the driver's seat is occupied. It is only possible to operate one control at a time.
It can also be operated using a key or keyless opening* with a door handle.
Check that children or other passengers are not at risk of crushing when all the windows are closed with a key or keyless opening* with a door handle.
One way to reduce the pulsating wind noise when the rear windows are open is to also open the front windows slightly.
The windows cannot be opened at speeds above approx. 180 km/h (approx. 112 mph), but they can be closed.
The driver always bears responsibility for following traffic regulations in force.
It may not be possible to operate windows at low temperatures.