over ride electric windows

Submitted: Friday, Apr 21, 2006 at 12:30
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hi all,

In reference to by question yesterday....... I have since found out that the ADR requirements state that key must be in ignition and in start, acc, or on position. So, I guess that puts an end to that idea ..........

Chris
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Reply By: Glenn (VIC) - Friday, Apr 21, 2006 at 13:32

Friday, Apr 21, 2006 at 13:32
Hi Chris,

On my work crapadore, as soon as you hit the unlock button on the remote, the electric windows can be opened or closed, no key in the ignition. Not sure then if the ADR's have changed to allow this.

Cheers

Glenn
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Reply By: 944runner - Friday, Apr 21, 2006 at 14:23

Friday, Apr 21, 2006 at 14:23
Same here, I have a Vectra and as soon as the doors are unlocked the windows can be used no key required, infact the windows can be controlled by the key remote all at once.
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Follow Up By: bombsquad - Saturday, Apr 22, 2006 at 22:47

Saturday, Apr 22, 2006 at 22:47
I am still considering doing the same to the GU - from ign to acc - I don't like having to turn the key to on to wind the windows down. It seems a little petty, but it is a little annoying. When We bought the commondoor for a second car it annoyed me that the drivers window was only auto down, not auto up like the patrol. I then conidered consequences involving children and the auto up function. I don't have a habit of letting my kids play in the car with the keys in it, but they can be crafty little things. I would prefer no auto up function now.

Cheers Andrew
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Follow Up By: Shaker - Saturday, Apr 22, 2006 at 22:56

Saturday, Apr 22, 2006 at 22:56
Auto-up or no auto-up, one kid can still injure another!
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Reply By: 944runner - Monday, Apr 24, 2006 at 14:04

Monday, Apr 24, 2006 at 14:04
the auto up function on my windows has a load sensor, so if there is any pressure at all applied it will stop where it is. I dont see any danger there.
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