Mercedes-Benz GL-Class: Opening and closing the hinged sidewindows - Side windows - Opening/closing - Mercedes-Benz GL-Class Owner's ManualMercedes-Benz GL-Class: Opening and closing the hinged sidewindows

The hinged side windows are operated electrically from the from the driver's seat.

WARNING Make sure that nobody can become trapped 
Make sure that nobody can become trapped as you close the hinged side windows. If there is a risk of somebody becoming trapped, release the switch or push the switch again to reopen the side window.

Door control panel

Door control panel

Make sure that the SmartKey is in position 1 or 2 in the ignition lock.
To open fully: press switch : and release.
To close fully: pull switch : and release.
To stop the closing procedure: press switch : again.

Both hinged side windows open fully.

when closing, the closing procedure is If the hinged side windows are blocked when closing, the closing procedure is terminated and the hinged side windows open again slightly.

windows can only be opened again after For safety reasons, the hinged side windows can only be opened again after four seconds.

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