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Old 05-09-2005, 08:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2000 323 ci in my manuel it says that while parked next to a car that is really close (like I would do that), but it says if I do I can roll down my window so when I get out it will be easier. Then it says I can hit a button on my remote to automatically roll up the drivers side window. I called my dealer and they said they don't know.

Anyone know how to do this?
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Old 05-09-2005, 09:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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the button is not on you remot to roll up. what you can do, however, is simply put the key in the keyhole, turn it to the "lock" position, and hold it there.. your windows will begin to roll up. Also, you cal roll the windows down remotely by holding the "unlock" button on the remote.
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Remote roll-down range is greatly increased by holding the key to your chin while pressing the button.
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i can open all the windows of my car by pressing and keeping my finger on the open button of my key

if i keep my finger on the close button,,the windows wind up
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what's the "Close button"? Is that the lock button which is the symbol of BMW in the middle of the key?
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YES!!!

i have 3 buttons,,,1 to open
1 to close(middle)
and 1 to open the boot/trunk only
i think it might be a euro option,,,so try your US dealer and get him to change it
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Must be a European thing. They might as well just pull down the backseat and climb out of the trunk.
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