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Is it possible to roll the window up/down with out having to start the car? Sometimes I sit in the car listening to the radio with the key turned to accessory but it seems the ability to use the windows times out after a few minutes. The only way I can roll the window up or down after that is to start the car. Is there any other option to do this other than starting the car? Thanks
 

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look in the manual or try pressing without your brake your keyless car.

try this once gets you to the Hello, twice to the acc, and what you asked for, three times only the window


till you leave it will not shut down.

update if not touched you got 30-60 minutes. pg 176
 

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Keyless entry: Press start button till you get pass accessory. No need pressing the brakes.
With key: turn pass accessory but not starting the car.
 

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PG 176 or so 30-60 minutes is the auto turn off of the actual accessory if you READ the book
 

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Yes it is possible if you can find the 'window roll down' handle.
 

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Would you like to know where your sunroof manual roll across is at?
 

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look in the manual or try pressing without your brake your keyless car.

try this once gets you to the Hello, twice to the acc, and what you asked for, three times only the window


till you leave it will not shut down.

update if not touched you got 30-60 minutes. pg 176
Per P.164 of the manual, you have up to 10 minutes to operate the windows after shutting off the ignition. Same goes for moon roof. Opening either front door cancels this function.
 
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