Volvo S90 (2019 year). Instruction - part 9

 

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Volvo S90 (2019 year). Instruction - part 9

 

 

LIGHTING

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* Option/accessory.

161

Courtesy lighting auto switch

Reading light right side

Reading lights

The reading lights on the right and left sides are
switched on and off by briefly pressing the but-
tons in the ceiling console. To adjust the bright-
ness, press and hold the button.

Passenger compartment lighting

Briefly press the button in the ceiling console to
switch on or off the footwell lighting and ceiling
lighting.

Courtesy lighting auto switch

Activate the auto switch by briefly pressing the
AUTO button in the ceiling console. With Auto
activated, the indicator light in the button and the
courtesy lighting come on and are turned off as
follows.

The courtesy lighting:

comes on when the vehicle is unlocked and
when the ignition is switched off

goes off when the engine is started and
when the vehicle is locked

comes on or goes off when a side door is
opened or closed

remains on for 2 minutes if any of the side
doors are open.

Rear roof lighting

Reading lights are located in the rear section of
the vehicle and can also be used as passenger
compartment lighting.

In vehicles with panoramic roofs*, there are two lamp
units, one on each side of the ceiling.

Briefly press the button on the light to turn on or
off the reading lights. To adjust the brightness,
press and hold the button.

Glove compartment lighting

The glove compartment lighting comes on or
goes off when the glove compartment is opened
or closed.

Vanity mirror lighting*

The vanity mirror lighting comes on or goes off
when the cover over the mirror is opened or
closed.

Ground lighting*

The ground lighting comes on or goes off when a
door is opened or closed.

Doorsill lighting

The doorsill lighting comes on or goes off when a
door is opened or closed.

Trunk lighting

The trunk lighting comes on or goes off when the
trunk lid is opened or closed.

Ambient Lighting

The ambient lighting comes on when the doors
are opened and goes out when the vehicle is
locked. Ambient lighting brightness can be
adjusted in the center display and also fine-tuned
using the thumb wheel in the dashboard.

Mood lighting*

The vehicle is equipped with LEDs that provide
faint lighting in various colors. This lighting is on
when the engine is running. Mood lighting can be
adjusted in the center display and also fine-tuned
using the thumb wheel in the dashboard.

Lighting in the door storage
compartments

Lighting in the door storage compartments
comes on when the doors are opened and goes
out when the vehicle is locked. The brightness
can be adjusted using the thumb wheel in the
dashboard.

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Lighting in the tunnel console's front
cup holder

The lighting in front console cup holders
switches on when the vehicle is unlocked and off
when the vehicle is locked. The brightness can
be adjusted using the thumb wheel in the dash-
board.

Related information

Adjusting interior lighting (p. 162)

Lighting panel and controls (p. 150)

Ignition modes (p. 410)

Passenger compartment interior (p. 554)

Adjusting interior lighting

Illumination in the vehicle varies depending on
ignition mode. The interior lighting can be
adjusted with a thumb wheel in the dashboard
and certain light functions can also be adjusted
via the center display.

The thumb wheel on the dash-
board to the left of the steering
wheel can be used to adjust
the brightness of the display
lighting, instrument lights,
ambient lighting and mood
lighting*.

Adjust ambient decor lighting

1. Tap 

Settings

 in the Top view in the center

display.

2. Tap 

My Car

Lights and Lighting

Interior Lighting

.

3. Choose from among the following settings:

Under 

Ambient Light Intensity

, select

Off

Low

 or 

High

.

Under 

Ambient Light Level

, select

Reduced

 or 

Full

.

Adjusting mood lighting*

The vehicle is equipped with several LEDs that
provide faint lighting in various colors. This light-
ing is on when the engine is running.

Changing the brightness

1. Tap 

Settings

 in the Top view in the center

display.

2. Tap 

My Car

Lights and Lighting

Interior Lighting

Interior Mood Lighting

.

3. Under 

Interior Mood Light Intensity

, select

Off

Low

 or 

High

.

Changing the color of the light

1. Tap 

Settings

 in the Top view in the center

display.

2. Tap 

My Car

Lights and Lighting

Interior Lighting

Interior Mood Lighting

.

3. Choose 

By Temperature

 or 

By Color

 to

change the color of the light.

If 

By Temperature

 is selected, the light will

change according to the temperature set for
the passenger compartment.

If 

By Color

 is selected, the subcategory

Theme Colors

 can be used to make further

adjustments.

Related information

Interior Lighting (p. 160)

Adjusting light functions via the center dis-
play (p. 151)

Ignition modes (p. 410)

WINDOWS, GLASS AND MIRRORS

WINDOWS, GLASS AND MIRRORS

* Option/accessory.

164

Windows, glass and mirrors

The vehicle is equipped with controls for win-
dows, glass and mirrors. Some of the windows
in the car are laminated.

Laminated glass

The windshield has laminated glass. Laminated
glass is also available as on option for some
other glass surfaces. Laminated glass is rein-
forced, which provides better protection against
break-ins and improved soundproofing in the
passenger compartment.

The panoramic roof* also has laminated glass.

The symbol shows the windows containing laminated
glass

1

Related information

Pinch protection for windows and sun cur-
tains (p. 164)

Panoramic roof (p. 172)

Power windows (p. 166)

Rearview/door mirrors (p. 169)

Using sun curtains* (p. 168)

Head-up display* (p. 140)

Using the windshield wipers (p. 178)

Using the windshield and headlight washers
(p. 180)

Activating and deactivating the heated wind-
shield* (p. 220)

Activating and deactivating the heated rear
window and door mirrors (p. 221)

Pinch protection for windows and

sun curtains

All power windows and sun curtains* have a
pinch protection function that is triggered if any-
thing blocks them while they are opening or
closing.

If pinch protection is activated, movement will
stop and then retract automatically to approx.
50 mm (2 inches) from the point at which it was
blocked (or to full ventilation position).

It is still possible to override pinch protection
when closing is interrupted (e.g. due to ice) by
pressing and holding down the control in the
same direction.

If there is any problem with the pinch protection,
a rest procedure can be tested.

WARNING

If the starter battery is disconnected, the func-

tion for automatic opening and closing must

be reset to function correctly. A reset is

required in order for the pinch protection to

work.

Related information

Reset procedure for pinch protection
(p. 165)

Operating the power windows (p. 167)

1

Does not apply to windshield and panoramic roof*, which are always laminated and therefore do not have this symbol.

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Using sun curtains* (p. 168)

Panoramic roof (p. 172)

Reset procedure for pinch

protection

If you experience any problems with the electri-
cal functions for the power windows, you can try
to perform a reset.

The power sun curtains* also have a reset pro-
cedure that can be tested as needed.

WARNING

If the starter battery is disconnected, the func-

tion for automatic opening and closing must

be reset to function correctly. A reset is

required in order for the pinch protection to

work.

If the problem persists or if it affects the panor-
amic roof or sunroof, contact a workshop

2

.

Resetting a power window

1. Start with the window in the closed position.

2. Then operate the window in manual mode

three times upward toward the closed posi-
tion.
> The system will be automatically initiated.

Resetting a sun curtain*

1. Begin with the sun curtain in the lowered

position.

2. Press and hold the lowering control for

approx. 15 seconds.
> The system will be automatically activated.

Related information

Pinch protection for windows and sun cur-
tains (p. 164)

Operating the power windows (p. 167)

Using sun curtains* (p. 168)

2

An authorized Volvo workshop is recommended.

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Power windows

The power windows are operated using the con-
trol panels found in the doors. The driver's door
has controls for operating all windows and for
activating the child safety locks.

The power window in left rear door can also be
operated with the control panel in the right rear
door.

Driver's door control panel.

Electric child safety locks* that deactivate the
controls in the rear doors to prevent the
doors or windows from being opened from
the inside.
Rear window controls.

Front window controls.

Right-hand rear door controls.

Rear window controls.

The power windows have pinch protection. If
there is any problem with the pinch protection, a
rest procedure can be tested.

WARNING

Children, other passengers or objects can be

trapped by the moving parts.

Always operate the windows with caution.

Do not allow children to play with the
operating controls.

Never leave a child alone in the vehicle.

Remember to always cut the current to
the power windows by setting the vehi-
cle's electrical system to ignition mode 0
and then taking the remote key with you
when leaving the vehicle.

Never stick objects or body parts out
through the windows, even if the vehicle
electrical system is completely turned off.

Related information

Operating the power windows (p. 167)

Pinch protection for windows and sun cur-
tains (p. 164)

Reset procedure for pinch protection
(p. 165)

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Operating the power windows

All power windows can be operated using the
control panel in the driver's door. The control
panels in the other doors can be used to oper-
ate that particular door.

The power window in left rear door can also be
operated with the control panel in the right rear
door.

The power windows have pinch protection. If
there is any problem with the pinch protection, a
rest procedure can be tested.

WARNING

Children, other passengers or objects can be

trapped by the moving parts.

Always operate the windows with caution.

Do not allow children to play with the
operating controls.

Never leave a child alone in the vehicle.

Remember to always cut the current to
the power windows by setting the vehi-
cle's electrical system to ignition mode 0
and then taking the remote key with you
when leaving the vehicle.

Never stick objects or body parts out
through the windows, even if the vehicle
electrical system is completely turned off.

Operating the power windows.

Operating manually. Move one of the controls
slightly up or down. The power windows go
up or down while the control is held in posi-
tion.
Operating with automatic controls. Move one
of the controls up or down to its end position
and release it. The window moves automati-
cally to its fully closed/open position.

To use the power windows, the ignition must be
in at least mode I or II. After the ignition has
been switched off, the power windows can be
operated for several minutes or until a door is
opened. Only one control panel can be operated
at a time.

It can also be operated using keyless opening*
with the door handle.

WARNING

Make sure that no child or other passenger

comes into contact with the windows as they

are closing with keyless closing*.

NOTE

One way to reduce the pulsating wind noise
heard when the rear windows are open is to
also open the front windows slightly.

NOTE

The windows cannot be opened at speeds
over approx. 180 km/h (ca112 mph), but they
can be closed.

The driver is always responsible for following
applicable traffic regulations.

Related information

Power windows (p. 166)

Pinch protection for windows and sun cur-
tains (p. 164)

Reset procedure for pinch protection
(p. 165)

Keyless locking and unlocking* (p. 253)

Locking and unlocking using the remote key
(p. 240)

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Using sun curtains*

There are integrated sun curtains in each rear
door and in the parcel shelf in the rear window.

Rear door – electrically operated

Each of the sun shades can be fully retracted or
fully extended.

The sun curtains are equipped with pinch protec-
tion. If you experience any problems operating in
the sun curtains, a reset sequence can be tested.

Control for power sun curtain

Control:

Controls:

Driver's door

Right and left rear door

Passenger door

None

Control:

Controls:

Left rear door

Left rear door

Right rear door

Right and left rear door

To operate the power windows and sun curtains,
the ignition must be in at least mode I or II.

If multiple controls are used at the same time, the
operation initiated by the first control used will be
activated. Once that operation has been comple-
ted, the other controls can be used again.

Right-hand rear door controls.

Raising of sun curtain

Lowering of sun curtain

Close the window and raise the sun curtain

The window must be fully closed before the sun
curtain can be raised.

1. Move the button upward and release.

> The window moves automatically to its

upper end position.

2. Move the button upward again and release.

> The sun curtain moves automatically to its

upper end position.

Lowering the sun curtain and opening the
window

The sun curtain must be fully retracted (lowered)
before the window can be opened.

1. Move the button downward and release.

> The sun curtain moves automatically to its

lower end position.

2. Move the button downward again to open

the window.
> The window moves automatically to its

lower end position.

Automatic operation - rapid opening/closing

The window and sun curtain can be opened/
closed simultaneously:

Open - press the control backward twice to
the automatic operation position and release.

Close - press the control forward/down twice
to the automatic operation position and
release.

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Rear window shelf

An electrically operated sun curtain is integrated
in the rear window shelf.

To operate the sun curtain, the ignition must be
in mode II.

NOTE

It may not be possible to operate the sun
shade if the temperature in the passenger
compartment is low.

Operating using the center display

Tap 

Rear Sun Curtain

in Func-

tion view in the center display -
the sun curtain will automati-
cally move to its end position,
up or down.

Operating with right-side rear door controls

Briefly press the button - the sun curtain will
automatically move to its end position, up or
down.

Related information

Pinch protection for windows and sun cur-
tains (p. 164)

Reset procedure for pinch protection
(p. 165)

Power windows (p. 166)

Rearview/door mirrors

The rearview mirror and door mirrors can be
used to improve the driver's visibility behind the
vehicle.

Rearview mirror

The rearview mirror can be easily adjusted man-
ually. The rearview mirror can be equipped with
HomeLink*, auto-dim* and compass*.

Door mirrors

WARNING

The door mirror on the passenger side is

curved to improve visibility. Objects in the mir-

ror may appear farther away than they actually

are.

The joystick in the drivers' door control panel is
used to adjust the position of the door mirrors.
There are also several automatic settings that
can also be connected to the memory function
buttons for the power seat*.

Related information

HomeLink

®

*

 (p. 450)

Compass* (p. 454)

Adjusting the rearview mirror dimming func-
tion (p. 170)

Adjusting the door mirrors (p. 171)

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Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-
up display* (p. 184)

Activating and deactivating the heated rear
window and door mirrors (p. 221)

Adjusting the rearview mirror

dimming function

Bright light entering the vehicle from behind, e.g.
from the headlights of following vehicles, could
reflect in the rearview mirror and door mirrors
and cause a glare. Use the dimming function
when light from behind is distracting.

Auto-dim

If bright light enters the vehicle from behind, the
door mirrors will automatically dim. Auto-dim is
always active when the engine is running, except
when reverse gear is engaged.

NOTE

Adjustments to the sensitivity level will not be
noticeable immediately but will instead take
effect after a short period of time.

The sensitivity level for dimming will affect both
the rearview mirror and door mirrors.

To change the dimming sensitivity level:

1. Tap 

Settings

 in the Top view in the center

display.

2. Tap 

My Car

Mirrors and Convenience

.

3. Under 

Rearview Mirror Auto Dimming

,

select 

Normal

Dark

 or 

Light

.

The rearview mirror instead has two sensors -
one pointing forward and one pointing rearward -

which work together to identify and eliminate
glare. The forward-pointing sensor monitors
ambient light, while the rearward-pointing sensor
monitors light from the headlights of following
vehicles.

For the door mirrors to be equipped with auto-
dim, the rearview mirror must also be equipped
with auto-dim.

NOTE

If the sensors are obstructed by e.g. a parking
permit, transponder, sunshade or objects on
the seats or parcel shelf in a way that pre-
vents light from reaching the sensors, the
auto-dim function in the rearview and door
mirrors will be reduced.

Related information

Rearview/door mirrors (p. 169)

Adjusting the door mirrors (p. 171)

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Adjusting the door mirrors

To improve visibility to the rear, the door mirrors
need to be adjusted to the driver's height and
seating position. There are several automatic
settings that can also be connected to the mem-
ory function buttons for the power seat*.

Controls used for door mirrors

Door mirror controls.

The joystick in the drivers' door control panel is
used to adjust the position of the door mirrors.
The ignition must be in at least mode I.

1. Press the L button for the left door mirror or

R for the right door mirror. The button will
light up.

2. Adjust the position using the joystick located

between the buttons.

3. Press the L or R button again. The light in

the button will go out.

Automatically folding door mirrors*

The door mirrors can be automatically folded
when driving or parking in tight spaces.

1. Press the L and R buttons at the same time.

2. Release the buttons after about 1 second.

The mirrors will automatically stop when they
are completely folded in.

Open the mirrors by pressing L and R at the
same time. The mirrors will automatically stop
when they are completely open.

Resetting the mirrors' position

A mirror that has been moved out of position
manually (e.g. hit or bumped into) must be electri-
cally returned to its normal position for automatic
folding* to function properly.

1. Fold in the mirrors by pressing the L and R

buttons at the same time.

2. Open them again by pressing the L and R

buttons at the same time.

3. Repeat the above procedure as needed.

The mirrors are now reset to their original posi-
tions.

Tilting when parking

3

The door mirrors can be tilted down to help give
the driver a better view along the sides of the
vehicle, e.g. of the curb when parking.

Select reverse gear and press the L or R mir-
ror button.

Please note that the button may need to be
pressed twice depending on settings. When the
door mirror is tilted down, the light in the button
will flash. When reverse gear is engaged, the
door mirrors will automatically start to move after
3 seconds and will reach their original position
after about 8 seconds.

Automatically tilting when parking

3

With this setting, the door mirrors will automati-
cally tilt down when reverse gear is engaged. The
folded position is preset and cannot be adjusted.
To immediately return the door mirrors to their
original position, press the L or R button twice.

1. Tap 

Settings

 in the center display's Top

view.

2. Tap 

My Car

Mirrors and Convenience

.

3. Under 

Exterior Mirror Tilt at Reverse

,

select 

Off

Driver

Passenger

 or 

Both

 to

activate/deactivate and to select which mir-
ror to tilt.

3

Only on models equipped with a power driver's seat with memory buttons*.

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Automatic folding when the vehicle is
locked*

The door mirrors can automatically fold in when
the vehicle is locked and open when the vehicle
is unlocked using the remote key.

1. Tap 

Settings

 in the center display's Top

view.

2. Tap 

My Car

Mirrors and Convenience

.

3. Select 

Fold Mirror When Locked

 to acti-

vate/deactivate.

Related information

Rearview/door mirrors (p. 169)

Adjusting the rearview mirror dimming func-
tion (p. 170)

Storing positions for seats, mirrors and head-
up display* (p. 184)

Activating and deactivating the heated rear
window and door mirrors (p. 221)

Panoramic roof

The panoramic roof is divided into two glass
sections. The front section can be opened verti-
cally at the rear edge (ventilation position) or hor-
izontally (open position). The rear section cannot
be moved.

The panoramic roof has a wind deflector and
sun curtain made of perforated fabric (located
beneath the glass sections) for extra protection
in e.g. bright sunlight.

The panoramic roof and sun curtain are operated
using the controls in the ceiling.

The panoramic roof and sun curtain can also be
operated with the controls in the right-side rear
door.

It can also be operated using keyless opening*
with the door handle.

To operate the panoramic roof and sun curtain,
the ignition must be in mode I or II.

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WARNING

Children, other passengers or objects can be

trapped by the moving parts.

Always operate the windows with caution.

Do not allow children to play with the
operating controls.

Never leave a child alone in the vehicle.

Remember to always cut the current to
the power windows by setting the vehi-
cle's electrical system to ignition mode 0
and then taking the remote key with you
when leaving the vehicle.

Never stick objects or body parts out
through the windows, even if the vehicle
electrical system is completely turned off.

CAUTION

Do not open the panoramic roof when
load carriers are installed.

Never place heavy objects on the panor-
amic roof.

CAUTION

Remove ice and snow before opening the
panoramic roof. Be careful not to scratch
any surfaces or damage the trim.

Do not operate the panoramic roof if it is
frozen in place.

Wind blocker

The panoramic roof is equipped with a wind
blocker that folds up when the roof is open.

Related information

Operating the panoramic roof (p. 173)

Auto closing the panoramic roof sun curtain
(p. 177)

Pinch protection for windows and sun cur-
tains (p. 164)

Keyless locking and unlocking* (p. 253)

Locking and unlocking using the remote key
(p. 240)

Operating the panoramic roof

The panoramic roof and sun curtain are oper-
ated using a control in the ceiling panel, and
both are equipped with pinch protection.

The control in the right rear door can also be
used for operation.

WARNING

Children, other passengers or objects can be

trapped by the moving parts.

Always operate the windows with caution.

Do not allow children to play with the
operating controls.

Never leave a child alone in the vehicle.

Remember to always cut the current to
the power windows by setting the vehi-
cle's electrical system to ignition mode 0
and then taking the remote key with you
when leaving the vehicle.

Never stick objects or body parts out
through the windows, even if the vehicle
electrical system is completely turned off.

CAUTION

Do not open the panoramic roof when
load carriers are installed.

Never place heavy objects on the panor-
amic roof.

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CAUTION

Remove ice and snow before opening the
panoramic roof. Be careful not to scratch
any surfaces or damage the trim.

Do not operate the panoramic roof if it is
frozen in place.

To operate the panoramic roof and sun curtain,
the ignition must be in mode I or II.

It can also be operated using keyless opening*
with the door handle.

WARNING

Make sure that no child or other passenger

comes into contact with the windows as they

are closing with keyless closing*.

CAUTION

Check that the panoramic roof is properly
closed when closing.

The movement of the roof will stop if the control
is released during manual operation or when the
glass has reached the fully open/closed position.
The movement of both the panoramic roof and
the sun curtain is also stopped if the control in
the ceiling is operated again in the direction
opposite that of the current direction of move-

ment. Movement will also stop if the control in the
right rear door is moved again in any direction.

The panoramic roof and sun curtain are also
equipped with pinch protection. If there is any
problem with the pinch protection, a rest proce-
dure can be tested.

NOTE

For manual opening, the sun curtain must be
completely open before the panoramic roof
can be opened. For the reverse procedure,
the panoramic roof must be completely
closed before the sun curtain can be com-
pletely closed.

Opening and closing ventilation
position

Ventilation position, rear edge raised.

Open by pushing the control upward once.

Close by pushing the control downward
once.

When ventilation mode is selected, the rear edge
of the front section of the roof is raised. If the sun
curtain is fully closed when ventilation position is
selected, it will automatically open approx. 50 mm
(approx. 2 inches).

If the panoramic roof is closed from the ventila-
tion position, the sun curtain will also automati-
cally close.

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NOTE

If the roof is closed using the control in the
right rear door, the sun curtain must be
closed separately.

Fully opening and closing the
panoramic roof with the control in the
ceiling

Operation, manual mode

Operation, automatic mode

Manual operation

1. To open the sun curtain, pull the control

backward to the manual open mode.

2. To open the panoramic roof, pull the control

backward a second time to the manual open-
ing position.

Close by repeating the above procedure in
reverse - push the control forward/down to the
manual closing position.

Auto operation

1. To open the sun curtain to the fully open

position, pull the control backward to the
auto open mode and release.

2. To open the panoramic roof, pull the control

backward a second time to the automatic
opening position and release.

Close by repeating the above procedure in
reverse - push the control forward/down to the
auto close position.

Automatic operation - rapid opening or
closing

The panoramic roof and sun curtain can be
opened or closed simultaneously:

Open - press the control backward twice to
the automatic operation position and release.

Close - press the control forward/down twice
to the automatic operation position and
release.

Operating with right-side rear door
controls

Sun curtain control.

Operation, manual mode

Operation, automatic mode

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Panoramic roof control.

Operation, manual mode

Operation, automatic mode

Manual operation

1. To open the panoramic roof to the ventilation

position, move the panoramic roof control
downward to the manual opening position.

2. To open the sun curtain, move the sun cur-

tain control downward to the manual open
position.

3. To open the panoramic roof fully, move the

panoramic roof control downward a second
time to the manual operation position.

To close, pull up the respective control to the
manual closing position.

Auto operation

1. To open to the ventilation position, move the

panoramic roof control downward to the auto
open position and release.

2. To open to the sun curtain, move the sun

curtain control downward to the auto open
position and release.

3. To open the panoramic roof, move the panor-

amic roof control downward a second time to
the auto open position and release.

To close, pull up the respective control to the
automatic closing position.

Automatic operation - rapid opening and
closing

The panoramic roof and sun curtain can be
opened or closed simultaneously.

1. To open to the ventilation position, move the

panoramic roof control downward to the auto
position and release.

2. To open fully, move the sun curtain control

downward to the auto position and release.
Then immediately move the panoramic roof
control downward to the auto position and
release.

To close, pull up the panoramic roof control
to the auto position and release. Then imme-
diately move the sun curtain control up to the
auto position and release.

Related information

Panoramic roof (p. 172)

Auto closing the panoramic roof sun curtain
(p. 177)

Pinch protection for windows and sun cur-
tains (p. 164)

Keyless locking and unlocking* (p. 253)

Locking and unlocking using the remote key
(p. 240)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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