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Power Windows functioning

Wierd thing I found out today. Is it a feature?

Here's what happened.

When I pulled over, shut the engine off and removed the ignition key. I forgot that I didn't roll up my driver side window. Out of instinct I went for the power control and to my surprise the window started rolling up!

I put the key back in and removed it again, same thing. Back in the key goes and I turn the ignition to the "ON" position, turn it back off and pull it out. Windows are still functioning.

I get out, still puzzled, lock the door via the remote and walk away. Come back 10 minutes later, unlock the door via the remote and try the window again. This time it does not work. I'm relieved.
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The power for the windows stays on for another 45 seconds or so after you shut off the engine.

It's a feature.
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UNLESS you open the door - all power goes off when you open the door.




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They really should make the owners manual a standard issue item....
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I hope you're joking




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Askew and MZ6, thanks for the replies and the explination. find out new things all the time with these cars. Well, sorta. :)

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Originally posted by pgmr * * * * * * * *They really should make the owners manual a standard issue item....[/b]
MZ6, this is sarcasm.... lol....
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As I said, I really hope so :)




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* * * * * * Askew and MZ6, thanks for the replies and the explination. *find out new things all the time with these cars. *Well, sorta. *:)

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Originally posted by pgmr * * * * * * * *They really should make the owners manual a standard issue item....[/b]
MZ6, this is sarcasm.... lol....[/b][/quote]

I like to think of it more as wry wit. :)
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Originally posted by pgmr *wry wit. :)[/b]
LOL :) I should read the manual better anyways.
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