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An even easier way to notice is to try putting down all 4 windows at the same time.. It takes a while for them to get down compared to doing them one at a time. *While this is probably the case for many new cars... but because Mazda has all 4 windows on the same fuse block it becomes a liability for a fuse to blow if there were auto down for all 4 windows. *I would have liked to see driver and passenger auto-down.. but I can live with what I have.

i agree. although i'd like auto up too. but i see the safety hazards it would impose.
Not if they also integrated safety features like auto roll-down if the window senses something blocking its path. Many cars have this feature, standard.
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I wish that you can roll up all the windows from the outside like stick the key in and hold in right position for a sec and windows roll up. Kinda like my friends BMW.


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Yeah, that was a nice feature on my Jetta
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I know it was discussed somewhere but couldn't a circuit be built with relay toggle each window to roll up when a switch is hit? Just talking out of my ass but hey might give someone an idea.


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what the hell are your passengers doing that they can't be bothered to hold a button for two seconds?

er ... perhaps i don't wanna know. ;)
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Don't know if you are interested in doing this, but if you add an aftermarket alarm and then add the Auto-Roll Down modules, all the windows will now roll down with one touch. Plus you can roll them up & down with your remote! Not really cheap though, as you have to get an alarm with anough extra channels to do it. I did it on my Bonneville and loved it!
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* * * * * * what the hell are your passengers doing that they can't be bothered to hold a button for two seconds?

er ... perhaps i don't wanna know. *;)
Wouldn't you like to know :)

Well, since don't want to crank up AC when it is like 70 degrees outside, i roll the windows down all out. I used to drive a car with hand crank windows so I never opened the rear windows. So now when I leave my car I'm like shiat rear windows are still open have to put key in ignition and turn it to on to close windows...pain.


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* * * * * * Don't know if you are interested in doing this, but if you add an aftermarket alarm and then add the Auto-Roll Down modules, all the windows will now roll down with one touch. Plus you can roll them up & down with your remote! Not really cheap though, as you have to get an alarm with anough extra channels to do it. I did it on my Bonneville and loved it!
I did just that. Search for the batmobile mod.
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you could buy four transformers for each window motor and get better motors with super thick field windings and have super speed on all your windows. and if somebody trys to attack you while in your car you could cut bodyparts of with all the torque from the motors. just an idea
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* * * * * * i want windows with strong enough motors to cut of heads or other body parts that may have been stuck in the window at time of hitting the button. *Have a turbo up/down mode for guillotine mode =)
but that's just my sick world
You will be happy to know that serveral kids have already been killed by just the regular windows, so no turbo needed.
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