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      07-28-2008, 10:48 PM   #199
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so does this work flawlessly or is it still "Beta" with the mirrors folding?
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      07-29-2008, 11:13 AM   #200
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The project was never in beta when made public, the folding mirror option was added in a few months ago.
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So if i have CA, this module will close the windows from my remote and fold the mirrors.
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So if i have CA, this module will close the windows from my remote and fold the mirrors.
yup. you dont need CA. you just need a e9x with power windows!
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Does this affect the OEM alarm at all? It was my understanding that pressing lock once on the fob locked and set the alarm, but pressing again within 30 seconds disabled the motion sensor. Can anyone confirm?
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So if i have CA, this module will close the windows from my remote and fold the mirrors.
Correct.

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Does this affect the OEM alarm at all? It was my understanding that pressing lock once on the fob locked and set the alarm, but pressing again within 30 seconds disabled the motion sensor. Can anyone confirm?
We have a remoteKEY-equipped e92 M3 w/ Comfort access and factory alarm - all works perfectly.
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So can you program the remoteKEY to close windows and fold mirrors with one press of the lock? I'm guessing that if you program to close windows and fold mirrors with two presses of the lock, then it will deactivate the motion sensor. Is this correct?
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So can you program the remoteKEY to close windows and fold mirrors with one press of the lock? I'm guessing that if you program to close windows and fold mirrors with two presses of the lock, then it will deactivate the motion sensor. Is this correct?
You do have an automatic option to activate folding mirrors whenever the locks are engaged.
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Thanks for the response Tom. I'm still confused about the motion sensor and it being deactivated. Would it be possible for you to list the programming options (along with button sequences)?
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Thanks for the response Tom. I'm still confused about the motion sensor and it being deactivated. Would it be possible for you to list the programming options (along with button sequences)?
Just got your email - a user's manual/installation instructions have been sent.
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does this thing work flawlessly or is the windows folding still a hit or miss?
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does this thing work flawlessly or is the windows folding still a hit or miss?
It never was hit or miss in the first place.

Here's a couple of videos of the kit in action showing remote window and mirror features:

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so do you have to hit the lock button (again) to open the folder mirrors? Or can you set it to open with the open button?
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so do you have to hit the lock button (again) to open the folder mirrors? Or can you set it to open with the open button?
Depends on how you have your options setup when installed - I personally like the manual fold as in the video. There is also an autofold option when the doors are locked if desired.
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Thanks Tom, I just ordered and it has apparently shipped already. That was fast!

In the video I noticed that you 'double click', and then hold down on the second click. Is this how it has to be done, or can you just hold down on the first click? If you have function 1 set to setting 2 (remote and unlock), and have to double click, this would disable the internal motion sensor, no?
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Thanks Tom, I just ordered and it has apparently shipped already. That was fast!

In the video I noticed that you 'double click', and then hold down on the second click. Is this how it has to be done, or can you just hold down on the first click? If you have function 1 set to setting 2 (remote and unlock), and have to double click, this would disable the internal motion sensor, no?
I have manual setting at the moment since I don't have a need to have the mirrors fold every time the vehicle is parked. Auto setting will give the mirrors the folding command every time the vehicle is locked via the FOB.

I just posted a full article last night in our journal, take a look: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3237793
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does this thing work flawlessly or is the windows folding still a hit or miss?
i've had it for awhile now, and it's still a hit and miss...problem solve when you move the wires around....
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Maybe I'm just not following correctly, but I can't seem to find the answer to my 'specific' scenario in the above link.

First, a question:

For function 1 items to work, does one need to 'double click' and hold down on the second click (as per the videos) for it to function? Or can I click once and continue to hold down for function 1 items to work?

Scenario 1:

I've just parked the car. I remove key and get out. Windows are still open. I want to lock the car and roll up windows, without deactivating the motion sensor.

Can I just press the lock button once (to lock and activate alarm) and continue holding lock for 2 seconds to roll up windows....OR....do I have to 'double click' and hold down on the second click --> I presume that the first click would lock and activate alarm, second click would deactivate motion sensor, but close windows.

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I've just parked the car. I remove the key and get out. Windows are closed. I want to lock the car and fold the mirrors, however, have function 3 set to setting 2 (manual).

If I have to double click in order to get the mirrors to fold, and lock the car, this would deactivate the motion sensor. So, in order to not deactivate the motion sensor, I have to lock, wait approx. 30 seconds, and then double click in order to fold in mirrors. Is this correct?

Sorry to be such a pain, but I'm running scenarios through my head, and want to make sure I understand how this works, especially with the double clicking I've seen and knowing that clicking lock after clicking initially deactivates the motion sensor.
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Maybe I'm just not following correctly, but I can't seem to find the answer to my 'specific' scenario in the above link.

First, a question:

For function 1 items to work, does one need to 'double click' and hold down on the second click (as per the videos) for it to function? Or can I click once and continue to hold down for function 1 items to work?

Scenario 1:

I've just parked the car. I remove key and get out. Windows are still open. I want to lock the car and roll up windows, without deactivating the motion sensor.

Can I just press the lock button once (to lock and activate alarm) and continue holding lock for 2 seconds to roll up windows....OR....do I have to 'double click' and hold down on the second click --> I presume that the first click would lock and activate alarm, second click would deactivate motion sensor, but close windows.
You press and hold for +3 seconds to activate this feature.

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Scenario 2:

I've just parked the car. I remove the key and get out. Windows are closed. I want to lock the car and fold the mirrors, however, have function 3 set to setting 2 (manual).

If I have to double click in order to get the mirrors to fold, and lock the car, this would deactivate the motion sensor. So, in order to not deactivate the motion sensor, I have to lock, wait approx. 30 seconds, and then double click in order to fold in mirrors. Is this correct?

Sorry to be such a pain, but I'm running scenarios through my head, and want to make sure I understand how this works, especially with the double clicking I've seen and knowing that clicking lock after clicking initially deactivates the motion sensor.
Depends on how fast you press the lock button. If pressed fast like a mouse double-click - it will deactivate the sensor, but notice the speed in which I'm pressing it in the video, it's much slower.
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You press and hold for +3 seconds to activate this feature.



Depends on how fast you press the lock button. If pressed fast like a mouse double-click - it will deactivate the sensor, but notice the speed in which I'm pressing it in the video, it's much slower.
In both videos I hear double clicking.

In the mirror video, double clicking is pretty quick. I understand double clicking is required for mirror folding in manual mode.

In the window video, double clicking is slower, and second click is when you actually hold down the button. --> is double clicking necessary for this scenario? If so, wouldn't my scenario 1 above disable the motion sensor?

My understanding was that pressing lock a second time within 30 seconds deactivated the oe motion sensor. Am I completely off base?
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In both videos I hear double clicking.

In the mirror video, double clicking is pretty quick. I understand double clicking is required for mirror folding in manual mode.

In the window video, double clicking is slower, and second click is when you actually hold down the button. --> is double clicking necessary for this scenario? If so, wouldn't my scenario 1 above disable the motion sensor?

My understanding was that pressing lock a second time within 30 seconds deactivated the oe motion sensor. Am I completely off base?
Double clicking is needed for the specific configuration in the videos - manual fold. You also have the option of autofold which occurs whenever the doors are locked via the key.

The motion sensor is not deactivated in either case.
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