2021 BMW X3 — Owner's Manual – Page #93

Posted on 14 Aug, 2020
Model: 2021 BMW X3
Pages: 368


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Closing without the jam protection
system
In case of danger from the outside or if ice might
prevent normal closing, proceed as follows:
1.
Pull the switch past the resistance point
and hold it there.
The window closes with limited jam protec‐
tion. If the closing force exceeds a specific
threshold, closing is interrupted.
2.
Pull the switch past the resistance point
again within approx. 4 seconds and hold it
there.
The window closes without jam protection.
Safety switch
Concept
The safety switch can be used to prevent chil‐
dren, for instance from opening and closing the
rear windows using the switches in the rear.
If an accident of a certain severity occurs, the
safety function is switched off automatically.
Switching on/off
Press the button.
The LED lights up if the safety function
is switched on.
Roller sunblinds, rear side
windows
Warning
With closed roller sunblinds and open windows,
the roller sunblinds may be strained while driv‐
ing due to the wind. The roller sunblinds may
be damaged and vehicle occupants may be
harmed. There is a risk of injury. Do not open
the windows while driving if the roller sunblinds
are closed.
Pull out the roller sunblind at the strap and hook
it onto the bracket.
Glass sunroof
General information
The glass sunroof and the sun protection are op‐
erated using the same switch.
The glass sunroof can be opened from the out‐
side with the vehicle key and also closed with
Comfort Access.
With Comfort Access: The glass sunroof can be
closed from the outside via Comfort Access.
Safety information
Warning
Body parts can be jammed when operating the
glass sunroof. There is a risk of injury. Make
sure that the area of movement of the glass
sunroof is clear during opening and closing.
Overview
Opening/closing the glass sun‐
roof.
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Opening and closing
CONTROLS
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