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#1 SimonW

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 03:18 PM

Im just wondering if my car has an ability to close the 2 front windows when you lock it via the key fob. Not a problem really but it is annoying seeing as you have to keep the ignition on to move them up/down and sometimes I turn it off and remove the key and then realise about it.

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#2 Air Hostess

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 09:55 PM

Im just wondering if my car has an ability to close the 2 front windows when you lock it via the key fob. Not a problem really but it is annoying seeing as you have to keep the ignition on to move them up/down and sometimes I turn it off and remove the key and then realise about it.

Thanks in advance!

No It dosn't Ime afraid, I did have that on my Mondeo its called global opening/closing you could open or close all the windows and /or lock or un lock one or all the doors from the key fob.

when I got my Fezzi i tried it, and the salesman said, oh sorry it dont do that,its not like your mondeo
got to be honest I do miss that function took some time to get used to closing the windows before "pulling the key out"

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 10:07 PM

Thanks, I guess I will have to live with that then :P


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