Ditto, but I don't have auto up/down with the passenger's side window nor auto up with the driver's (interior switches) Only with my remote does the ballet happen5Gen_Prelude said:I have these features as part of the alarm setup. Basically all they do is sense when then the motor goes to ground and stops. I mostly use it with the alarm - I love looking back and watching the windows roll up and the sunroof close - it's like a mini-ballet
i'm talking about the position where the sunroof is just tilted open, in that vent position. even civics get a tilt button, but we don't. auto up and down for both sides would be great too.azninside said:^^ the tilt button is a waste since it automatically tilts when you open it I'd rather have the audo down on the passenger side an auto up for both sides :bigthumb: there has been a member or two that did the auto down on the passenger side....but I don't remember them ever creating a write-up or anything bout it
Hmmm, it was part of the unit on mine :dunno: There is one downside though - small adjustments to the window are pretty impossible due to the fact that it's "one-touch"gioe said:
Ditto, but I don't have auto up/down with the passenger's side window nor auto up with the driver's (interior switches) Only with my remote does the ballet happen
I would not mind this either. A budy of mine w/ an Acura TL got all 4 of his windows to do this, and hooked up a one-touch mode for his sunroof as well. If I can get him to help me do mine, I'll try to post some directions, but no guarantees yet.khilgers said:I usually have mine either all the way open or closed, but the one touch would come in handy. thanks. Is there any way to do the same for the auto window on the driver side. That would be nice to have one for the passenger side too.
I guess we can't have our cake and eat it too With mine, if I wanted to activate the one touch (sunroof or passenger window) while the engine is running, I have to use the remote. Also, both windows are programmed to open one after the other once the button has been pressed unless I bypass it by pressing the remote button again to stop the passenger side from opening...5Gen_Prelude said:Hmmm, it was part of the unit on mine :dunno: There is one downside though - small adjustments to the window are pretty impossible due to the fact that it's "one-touch"