Power windows

Power windows  - Instruments and controls - Volvo XC90 Owners Manual - Volvo XC90

The power windows are controlled by buttons in the arm rests. The ignition switch must be ON1 (ignition key in position I, II or the engine running) for the electrically operated windows to function.

To lower: Press down the front edge of the button to the first detent ("stop").

To raise: Lightly pull up the front edge of the button to the first detent ("stop").

Auto up/down function (front doors only): Either front door window can be opened or closed automatically.

Auto down: Press the front part of the button as far down as possible and release it immediately.

To stop the window at any time, pull the button up.

Auto up: Pull the front part of the button up as far as possible and release it immediately. To stop the window at any time, press the button down.

Power window controls

Power window controls

A Front windows
B Rear windows

NOTE
If a window is obstructed during auto-up, it will automatically reverse direction and return to its starting position. If a window is repeatedly obstructed during auto-up operation, an overload protection circuit breaker will temporarily halt window function. The window will return to normal function after a brief cool-down period.

WARNING
Always remove the ignition key when the vehicle is unattended.
Make sure that the windows are completely unobstructed before they are operated.
Never leave children unattended in the vehicle.

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

Lockout switch for rear windows

Lockout switch for rear windows
The power rear door windows can be disabled by a switch located on the driver's door (see illustration).

If the light in the switch is OFF: The rear door windows can be raised or lowered with the buttons on the rear door armrests or with the buttons on the driver's door armrest.

If the light in the switch is ON: The rear door windows can only be raised or lowered with the buttons on the driver's door armrest.

Power window on the front passenger's

Power window on the front passenger's side

The control for the power window in the front passenger's seat operates that window only.

Power windows in the rear doors

Power windows in the rear doors

The rear door windows can be operated with the control on each door and the switch on the driver's door. If the light in the switch for blocking power windows in the rear doors (located in the driver's door control panel) is on, the rear door windows can only be operated from the driver's door.

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