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Winds that could be important for the evolution of their host galaxies are frequently seen in molecular gas lines. The importance of molecular winds has largely been attributed to their high mass content and to their direct connection with star formation. Excitation studies of CO molecules now provide a refined view of the ISM conditions in the wind vs. in the ambient ISM. I will present examples in which winds are probed by the kinematics and/or by the heating of such molecules. A cleardoi:10.5281/zenodo.3585362 fatcat:dfirrbyh2fa4jf5zzn7khlrkhu