The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. upgrades regulations on power window switches designed to prevent accidental window closing by children. Auto makers will be required to abandon so-called rocker or toggle controls by the ’09 model year and replace them with controls that are considered safer, such as recessed or pull-up/push-down switches requiring operators to lift the switch to close a window. Rocker and toggle switches, which need to be pushed downward to close the window, ...

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