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power windows #252789 Aug 18, 2:46pm Aug 18, 2:46pm
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how hard is it to get the windows to go up when i lock my car automaticks. so taht when i go out of car i dont nedd to take the windows up i just lock teh car and they goes up by them self

Re: power windows [Re: oas] #252790 Aug 18, 2:57pm Aug 18, 2:57pm
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That would be kinda hard to do yourself, and could wear out your power window motors faster if you have that function enabled, since they wouldn't know when to stop, and it would try to put your windows up, even if you were to have them already up in the first place.

But you would definately have to hardwire a switch to the motor.


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