Bounce-back

Bounce-back  - Power windows - Driver Controls - Lincoln MKX Owners Manual - Lincoln MKX

When the window is moving upward and an obstacle or a rough road condition interferes with the windows movement, the window will automatically reverse direction and move down. This is known as bounce-back. If the ignition is turned off (without accessory delay being active) during bounce-back, the window will move down until the bounce-back position is reached.

Security override

To override a bounce-back condition, within two seconds after the window reaches the bounce-back position, pull and hold the switch up and the window will travel up with no bounce-back or pinch protection. If the switch is released before the window is fully closed, the window will stop. For example, this can be used to overcome the resistance of ice on the window or seals.

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