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I have a 2018 CR-V. Love it.
I know that I can lower my windows remotely with my fob, as I can with my 2013 accord. But I don't seem to be able to raise the windows remotely the same way. Can someone tell me if this is possible, and if so, what the proper key press sequesce is? Thanks.
 

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I have a 2018 CR-V. Love it.
I know that I can lower my windows remotely with my fob, as I can with my 2013 accord. But I don't seem to be able to raise the windows remotely the same way. Can someone tell me if this is possible, and if so, what the proper key press sequesce is? Thanks.
there is no fob sequence to make them go up.
You can remove the key and insert it into the door lock, turn it once then back and once again and hold it & all 4 windows w/sunroof close
 

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Wow, another feature we lucky folks in the UK get over our US counterparts!!

(Sorry to gloat!)
Without you telling me read the manual I only got a third of the way through it before lockdown
would you be kind enough to tell me how to shut all the windows remotley
I found I had to be careful when unlocking not to hold the unlock button too long otherwise all the windows and roof opened
Only did it once and I was lucky it wasn't raining:)
 

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@CRV4575 - you lock the doors from the fob with one press. Then, once you hear the "clicks" in the door activate, press and hold the lock button again and that will shut all the windows and retract the sunroof to the closed position.

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there is no fob sequence to make them go up.
You can remove the key and insert it into the door lock, turn it once then back and once again and hold it & all 4 windows w/sunroof close
Yes, I know about using the key. I was wondering is the fob button sequence still existed.
 

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Can’t remotely close windows as it’s a safety feature.


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Is there any evidence that anyone has been harmed or injured by a window rolled up remotely via a fob keypress?
Or is this just lawyer bullcrap?
 

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Is there any evidence that anyone has been harmed or injured by a window rolled up remotely via a fob keypress?
Or is this just lawyer bullcrap?
I'm guessing you already know the answer.
 

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Am sure the Sunroof will not chop you in half when closing, as well the windows, there is a pressure sensitive cut off, like the rear tailgate.
 

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LOL - does that mean Honda doesnt care about its UK customers who can remotely close their windows/sunroof?
No just that UK customers may be a lot more careful than their NA ones . Also UK is a lot less sue happy than NA.


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With all that has been speculated here, I still wonder why the US wont allow remote window closing. Don't all the windows now have "pinch protection" where the windows will reverse if they encounter an obstruction?
 

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It is quite astonishing to see the level of differences in CR-Vs across the globe.

You'd think Honda would want to reduce these variations on cost alone. Regulatory variations clearly dont help either!
 
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