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Another basic question - windows down, car off - easy way to get them up?

Is there an easy way to get the windows to go up without having to shut the door and start the car? (I don't remember if "on" will do it

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Old 08-13-2009, 10:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Another basic question - windows down, car off - easy way to get them up?

Is there an easy way to get the windows to go up without having to shut the door and start the car? (I don't remember if "on" will do it or not, been a while since I've done this, just I remember last time I restarted the car, more than likely because pushing the button to ACC then to ON didn't work)

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yeah if the door is open keep your foot off the clutch push the start button twice so it is on "on" and they will roll up
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And if your out of the car and leave the windows open you need to only insert the mech key and turn to lock and hold it for a sec or two the windows will also close. This in the owners manual.
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And if your out of the car and leave the windows open you need to only insert the mech key and turn to lock and hold it for a sec or two the windows will also close. This in the owners manual.
Sorry, after reading a few dozen pages of owners manual, it stops "sticking" - lol...I read through it the first night I had the car, and haven't touched it since.

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Haven't touched it since, but that doesn't mean it couldn't have answered your admittedly easy question as quick or quicker than waiting on an on-line post.
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Haven't touched it since, but that doesn't mean it couldn't have answered your admittedly easy question as quick or quicker than waiting on an on-line post.
Wow, aren't you a piece of work?

Yeah, I carry my manual with me everywhere I go, even when I don't drive it to work...
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It could be argued that we're all "a piece of work" but thats besides the point and I digress. My apologies if I offended you

My point merely being that in the 20 minutes between first post and answer had you had your book it would have been answered. I was of course assuming you were in proximity to your car, as very few enthusiasts don't have their manual with their vehicle for emergency answers. Failing that, there's the PDF manual on this very site. Its answered most of my questions and I'm not even an owner yet.
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.I read through it the first night I had the car, and haven't touched it since.

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Kinda like your dipstick? Sorry, couldn't resist. Take some time and read it again and you'll pick up all kinds of things now that you've had the car for awhile...
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It could be argued that we're all "a piece of work" but thats besides the point and I digress. My apologies if I offended you

My point merely being that in the 20 minutes between first post and answer had you had your book it would have been answered. I was of course assuming you were in proximity to your car, as very few enthusiasts don't have their manual with their vehicle for emergency answers. Failing that, there's the PDF manual on this very site. Its answered most of my questions and I'm not even an owner yet.
Sometimes it's easier to post a question and come back and check a while later.

But hey, the only stupid question is one that doesn't get asked.
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thats a new feature to me just learned something new...

ive attached that pdf page explaining the process...
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Also, kptechnologies.com has a device that allows you to rolls the windows up at any time with the fob. Definitely worth a look.
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