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      07-03-2009, 04:10 PM   #1
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Auto Window Close from Remote

Using the remote I can roll the windows down by holding the door unlock button, now I would assume the holding the door lock button down would roll the windows up but that doesnt seem to work. Is there a software change that I need for this feature?

Car is a 2006 323i.

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      07-03-2009, 04:23 PM   #2
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No, I believe you can only roll everything up using the actual key and not the remote.

Use the key, and lock the car, hold it there for a couple seconds and your windows will roll up/sunroof close.
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      07-03-2009, 04:46 PM   #3
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there this thing call "remotekey" for like 200 bux will give u all kind of features... (folding side mirror, auto close/open window etc.)
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No, I believe you can only roll everything up using the actual key and not the remote.

Use the key, and lock the car, hold it there for a couple seconds and your windows will roll up/sunroof close.
The key works very well!

It's nice to have if forgot to roll up the window/s or the roof.
As you said, hod the key in the lock position and everything closes nicely.
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      07-03-2009, 06:36 PM   #5
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The key works very well!

It's nice to have if forgot to roll up the window/s or the roof.
As you said, hod the key in the lock position and everything closes nicely.
It's actually kind of lame. The key is nasty and covered in lubricant goo.
They should have made the fob work for both up and down. The Nissan Altima and Honda Accord have this, so BMWs should also.
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It's actually kind of lame. The key is nasty and covered in lubricant goo.
They should have made the fob work for both up and down. The Nissan Altima and Honda Accord have this, so BMWs should also.
Yeah, they should. But, as you know, they don't.
Stupid oversight imo for a brand like BMW.

Hey, in the past they've had these features and they had to be programmed to work, AND they would CHARGE for that service!
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I believe this might be a safety feature, just like how they make the buttons have to pull up to roll up the windows to avoid injury to anyone hands necks or fingers.
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BMWs do it outside of North America.
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BMWs do it outside of North America.
Americans are not trusted to take care while doing this and BMW doesn't want zillions of lawsuits
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Americans are not trusted to take care while doing this and BMW doesn't want zillions of lawsuits
There is already a sensor in the window. If you press on the window while it's going up, it reverses. So, this crippling of the remote fob feature was not needed.
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There is already a sensor in the window. If you press on the window while it's going up, it reverses. So, this crippling of the remote fob feature was not needed.
Still, it applies a fair amount of pressure to the obstruction before stopping and reversing. I can easily see someone doing something stupid involving small children and taking BMW to court. I don't understand why Canadian cars have the same programming though.
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      07-04-2009, 04:17 AM   #12
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It can be enabled to work (like Euro cars), but not through "traditional" BMW service equipment. Guys with knowledge and a laptop can do it.

I'm working on that and a few other features now..
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      07-05-2009, 08:01 AM   #13
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This feature can be coded into the car.

I did some coding to my car and when I press and hold the BMW button on my remote all doors, windows and sunroof will close as well as mirrors will fold.
Pretty useful from time to time.
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      07-05-2009, 03:44 PM   #14
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you can thank the lawyers here for us not having that feature as standard like the Euros do - i use my CA strips to roll it up sometimes.
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you can thank the lawyers here for us not having that feature as standard like the Euros do - i use my CA strips to roll it up sometimes.
I don't think we can blame the lawyers here. Other cars sold in the US have this feature, so I don't see why BMW has any greater liability.

It used to be a programmable feature, and apparently still is. I'm looking forward to someone on here figuring it out
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It used to be a programmable feature, and apparently still is. I'm looking forward to someone on here figuring it out
Any shop with an up-to-date Autologic can enable remote roll-up on US spec cars.
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      07-06-2009, 12:22 PM   #17
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there this thing call "remotekey" for like 200 bux will give u all kind of features... (folding side mirror, auto close/open window etc.)


That's right, we have it here too. OP if you need the remotekey feel free to check it out right here:


remoteKEY window Control for 3-series (e9X) Coupe & Sedan
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=1796

Product Features:

- Remote window control: One-Touch operation of the windows and sunroof with the original remote on all models (US and Euro)
- Automatic door unlocking when ignition is turned off. Avoid having to pull the door handles twice to get out
- Comfort windows: All windows can be closed One-Touch with the wide "All-Windows" button in the driver's door.
- User programmable: The module can be individually enabled or disabled. All settings are retained even if the car battery is disconnected.
- Remote Fold-in Mirrors (if equipped). remoteKEY will fold in your mirrors on alarm activation.
- Shop/Diagnose mode: If activated the module is completely passive, as if it was not installed at all. It becomes invisible to diagnostic tools.

If you have any questions feel free to let me know
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Any shop with an up-to-date Autologic can enable remote roll-up on US spec cars.
So a BMW dealer can enable it without installing any third party parts?
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I plugged in a new autologic to my car and did not see that option anywhere.
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So a BMW dealer can enable it without installing any third party parts?
They *can* but they won't -- I don't know if it's just policy, or if the BMW tools enforce region-locking of features.

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I plugged in a new autologic to my car and did not see that option anywhere.
Seriously? My shop said it was supported, but I've been waiting for my next trip to have it done. Do you have a support contract with Autologic? I'm told they have *very* good customer service... I'll get more details as I can.
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Seriously? My shop said it was supported, but I've been waiting for my next trip to have it done. Do you have a support contract with Autologic? I'm told they have *very* good customer service... I'll get more details as I can.
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Any shop with an up-to-date Autologic can enable remote roll-up on US spec cars.
This feature is not available in autologic (as of CIP55) for e9x models, but was for e46.

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you can thank the lawyers here for us not having that feature as standard like the Euros do - i use my CA strips to roll it up sometimes.
You can also thank them for the ACCEPT screen in iDrive and the convertible tops not closing with the key.
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I was sort of hoping a simply programming change BMW was all that would be required, seems like such a little thing to add...oh well
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