How do I use the power window lock

How do I use the power window lock
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The power window lock keeps the power windows in your vehicle from working. This can be a key safety feature when children are in the car. To use the power window lock, press the lock button next to the power window switches on the driver door. When the power windows are locked, and indicator next to the button will illuminate. Press the button a second time to unlock the power windows.
*Tip
When the power windows are locked, the driver door window will still work.

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To lock the power windows, press the power window lock switch, which is located in front of the driver`s power window switches. Press this button a second time to unlock the switches. When the power windows are locked, the driver`s window will still function normally.
A power window lockout switch is a popular convenience that allows the driver to prevent passengers, usually children, from using the windows.
Child safety locks are usually found on single and double hung windows as well as slider windows. Safety locks limit the opening of the window to a set height. This allows a fresh breeze into the home but prevents the window from opening so far that children nearby are in danger of falling out.
Keyed Locks

This type of lock requires a key to open or close the window. It`s mounted on the window frame or sash and works well with single hung, double hung and sliding windows. Just remember to keep track of the key if you opt for this type of window lock.

Locking your display screen will protect the information stored on or accessible from your device. When you manually lock your screen, the computer is continuing to run in the background, so you don`t need to close out of documents or apps. You are just putting the display to sleep.
To activate the Window Lock, politely ask the driver to press the Window Lock button. It`s the button with the window icon found near (or beside) the power door lock buttons on the driver`s door. Once pressed, the driver will have full control of all windows.
Power door locks (also known as electric door locks or central locking) allow the driver or front passenger to simultaneously lock or unlock all the doors of an automobile or truck, by pressing a button or flipping a switch.
Drive In a Screw: One effective window locking option doesn`t involve using a lock. Drive a screw into the top of the upper track to keep intruders from lifting a gliding window out of its track. To keep the window from sliding, drive a screw horizontally through the track.
Deadbolt locks come in three primary types: single, double and vertical. Single-cylinder deadbolts are the simplest and can be activated from one side via a key. Double-cylinder deadbolts can be used with a key from both sides.
They are located on the top of the window sash and latch the two parts of a window together when the window is closed. These work with single and double hung windows. You simply turn the handle on the latch to lock or unlock the window.
They are located on the top of the window sash and latch the two parts of a window together when the window is closed. These work with single and double hung windows. You simply turn the handle on the latch to lock or unlock the window.
Folding latches are often used to lock casement and awning windows. They`re found on the frame of the window and, once the window is closed, fold down to lock it into place. If you want to open your window, it`s as simple as unfolding the latch by pulling it up.
Folding latches are often used to lock casement and awning windows. They`re found on the frame of the window and, once the window is closed, fold down to lock it into place. If you want to open your window, it`s as simple as unfolding the latch by pulling it up.
They are located on the top of the window sash and latch the two parts of a window together when the window is closed. These work with single and double hung windows. You simply turn the handle on the latch to lock or unlock the window.
They are located on the top of the window sash and latch the two parts of a window together when the window is closed. These work with single and double hung windows. You simply turn the handle on the latch to lock or unlock the window.
Folding latches are often used to lock casement and awning windows. They`re found on the frame of the window and, once the window is closed, fold down to lock it into place. If you want to open your window, it`s as simple as unfolding the latch by pulling it up.

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ANSWER : Hello, thank you for writing in. Your issue is most likely a switch. The window motor would not effect the door lock functions. The only true way to know is to test the power available to the switch and see if it is passing through, or making it to the motor. Where the power stops and is not utilized, is the component that has failed. If the power supply is not making it to the switch, then you have another wiring or fuse issue. Without doing some electrical testing, you may want to start with replacing the switch. For more help with diagnosis and resolving the issue, contact our service department to schedule an appointment.

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