Question for 2021 owners with power windows

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Does your 2021 feature down and up? Is the auto feature for only front windows only or for all 4? Thanks.





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Mine does not have any power up. I’m pretty sure the auto down is only for the front windows, but can double check later today.
 

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auto down for front only. there is no auto up on any of them.
 

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Same with my 04' Liberty. Auto down only for the front two windows.
 
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Bummer. I have a ‘19 and was hoping that maybe newer models had upgraded to where every other manufacturer has gotten to since at least 15 years ago.
 

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Bummer. I have a ‘19 and was hoping that maybe newer models had upgraded to where every other manufacturer has gotten to since at least 15 years ago.
C’mon. That’d add a whopping 25 cents to JL’s cost!
 
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C’mon. That’d add a whopping 25 cents to JL’s cost!
Lol. See, that’s the thing. There are already MANY vehicles out there in far lower price ranges that have had this for a decade or more. I guess it’s a “Jeep thing”.
 

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Lol. See, that’s the thing. There are already MANY vehicles out there in far lower price ranges that have had this for a decade or more. I guess it’s a “Jeep thing”.
Must be.

My dad’s 2013 Dodge Journey has auto up/down, so it’s not even an FCA thing.

FCA must believe we are not mature enough to handle it...
 

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With switches in such a pain in the ass place (yes, I understand why they're there), it's mind-blowing that they put all 4 windows as auto up/down.
I put all 4 windows down on a regular basis and it would be so much easier to simply push the switches instead of having to hold them the whole time. (Especially when you have something a radar detector plugged in and the cord goes right over the switches.)
 

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Lol. See, that’s the thing. There are already MANY vehicles out there in far lower price ranges that have had this for a decade or more. I guess it’s a “Jeep thing”.
Buy a Bronco then.







Just kidding, it's funny how often I see that as a reply to a seemingly minor complaint on here. I had a car made in 1997 with one touch up and down windows.
 

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The JT is the same: auto down only, front windows only.
Although I was looking through JScan the other day and saw something about auto windows in one of the settings...
 
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Buy a Bronco then.







Just kidding, it's funny how often I see that as a reply to a seemingly minor complaint on here. I had a car made in 1997 with one touch up and down windows.
The response is usually “buy a Prius” from those pricks. “Buy a Bronco” only applies if you make the mistake of appreciating or complimenting something the new Bronco has/does better than the Wrangler.

I haven’t checked, but I bet both Prius and Bronco have auto up/down on all of their window switches! :LOL:
 

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With switches in such a pain in the ass place (yes, I understand why they're there).....
Help me out then, please. I really don't get why they're there. I get that the doors come off, but it's not like you need the switch available to roll down the windows when the doors are off.

I mean it's kind of cool and utilitarian looking that way. LOL But I see no actual advantage putting them somewhere rather than the door. The door already has a wire hardness for the electric motors, what's a couple more wires? I'm not really griping, but I am curious if there is a non-aesthetic reason for them to be in the center stack.
 

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