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    Electric windows auto close when locked car

    Hi.

    Do or should the electric windows close when the car is locked or if you lock it with the key and hold it in locked position ?

    Letme know

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    i think it only does it when you hold the key in the locked position. not off the remote C/L

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    I'm guessing you have a MK4?

    If so then yes they should. If you hold the key in the door to the lock position after a few seconds the windows will start going up.

    You need to have the one touch programed into your windows for this to work, if you need to do this see this thread http://www.m1gst.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=9706
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    mmm i have a mk3 sport and in the handbook says it shud do this but i treid it and it dont work iassumed it not sposed too but shud it ?

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    All works... hold key in door locked pos and up they go.... snazzy !

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenlightracer
    mmm i have a mk3 sport and in the handbook says it shud do this but i treid it and it dont work iassumed it not sposed too but shud it ?
    Doesn't work on a MK3, sure programming the one touch on later models does though
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    Pity you couldn't do it with a fob ?

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    Holding the lock button on the remote on a convertible will close the top and windows... doesn't do anything on the tin topped cars.

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    another party trick of the G

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    Does this work with 2000 model (W Reg)???

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