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Originally posted by Q_BMW@Nov 14 2004, 12:32 PM hey guys
just a few questions:
1. i know if i hold down unlock on the remote the windows and sunroof all retract...read this is the article.....does the opposite work to lock the doors and put all windows up auto??
2.. the PDC or whatever its called, parking assist thing ...does mine have it or was it an option ??
3. The LED light on my rear view mirror in the big red round thing, does not flash when i lock it...any input ??
i think thats it for now....thanks a lot
2. It is an option that you would have had to purchase, so you probably dont have it.
3. The light on the dash is supposed to flash not the one on the rear view mirror, but you can have the dealer activate the light to make it look like you have an alarm on your car.
1. on US spec cars, rolling them up will not work with the remote. you must use the keyhole on the door to raise them. **You can buy a new unit that just been released called iWindows. This is what you want if you want to raise your window with your key. I just received mine yesturday and i shall be writing a review next week after i try it out a bit.
2. if you look on your rear bumper, if you see a series of little nickel sized round sensors across the bumper, you should have PDC.
3. the 'clown nose', its what is called, is only something to deter thieves. You can have this programmed on, or off when locked. You can reprogram at any bmw dealer. *for a fee usually
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