Passenger’s switchesPassenger’s switches  - Electric window control* - Locking and unlocking - Mitsubishi Carisma Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Carisma

The passenger’s switches can be used to operate the corresponding passenger’s

The passenger’s switches can be used to operate the corresponding passenger’s door windows.

Press the switch down to open the window, and pull up the switch to close it.

If the switch is fully pressed down/pulled up, the door window automatically opens/closes completely.

If you want to stop the window movement, operate the switch lightly in the reverse direction (pull up when moving downward, and press down when moving upward).

NOTE

(1) The door windows can be opened or closed even after the ignition switch is turned off for a 30–second period. If the driver’s door is opened during this period, the door window can be opened or closed for another 30 seconds. However, once the driver’s door is closed, the windows cannot be operated any more.

(2) The rear door windows only open halfway.

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