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Retarded P.A Overlord.
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So, a mate of mine bought an E46 the other day, and made me aware that this also works on the E39, so I'm assuming it'll work on any fob with 2 or more buttons. When you next unlock your car, hold down the unlock button, and your windows will roll down for as long as you hold the button, and will roll up completely when you lock it if you hold the lock button! Nifty :yesway:
 

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I don't like it.
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Used to use this all the time on my E46. People have also made it work to open verts. US E46's didn't do the lock button one though, had to put the key in the lock and hold to the lock position to do that one.
 

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I am Groot
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Volkswagens from roughly the mid 2000s on do this as well.
 

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Our MINI does this as well. Also cracks the sunroof after the windows are all the way down. But because of stupid "anti-pinch" safety features, they don't roll up in the same way, which is at least as, if not more useful. (e.g. being able to button down the car from your office when a sudden summer shower hits)
 

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I have a modern BMW, it came with a Guatemalan kid in the trunk to take care of the windows for me. Pushing buttons is for poor people.
 

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Anyone can drive the pinnacle of German engineering. But it takes a special kind of selling-out-to-a-random-asian-guy-who-ignores-the-website to own it. :yesway:
:lol: I owned my E46... by the time the subframe mounts shit the bed and I had to get rid of it :pissed:
 

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:funnypost:
 

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Erm, Ant, that's called global closure and it's not even remotely new. My Dad's Vauxhall Carlton had it in 1990 :lol:
 
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