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I realize this is a very old post but I do not get to check this much. But I have both a 2010s GT and a 2013s GT. And I believe only the 2009-2010 Mazda 6 with smart key fob could do this. It had to do with the BCM’s produced during those years and the wiring in the door harnesses and switches wiring back to the BCM with the auto roll-down windows. It was marketed as part of the “Tech Package” when sold with the car. Otherwise meaning the dealership could activate that feature in the BCM. The 2011-2013’s could never do this since Mazda deleted the auto passenger window roll-down switches and wiring back to the BCM in ALL trim levels. Inserting the smart key into the drivers door and turning clockwise and holding it in place would open the front windows and roll back the sunroof. Turning and holding counter clockwise would roll everything back up and close the sunroof. If your car does NOT do this; then you don’t have it, and adding it usually cost prohibitive.
You were always limited to only auto roll down and sunroof open from the keyfob. There was no way to roll back up from the fob. (For safety reasons).
2010 Mazda 6s GT Kona Blue Mica
2013 Mazda 6s GT Fireglow Red
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