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I remember seeing a thread mentioning how you can roll down the windows with the keyfob. Is that right? If so how do you do it again. I think you can roll them both up using the key and turning it in the driver's door (which direction?) but how do you roll them both down. Anyone?
 

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Thanks 'killa.

But can't you roll them up with the key in the door?
 

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i am working on a project to use the remote key fob to roll up the windows on our z's. i have figured out just about everything needed, including the type of servo and the general specs on the square wave needed to 'control' the servo.

every now and then i do a sketch on what the circuit will look like. i have the start of a parts list for the module. my buddy who is a year or two ahead of me in college has access to the physics - EE labs on campus, and a bunch of us are taking the physics EE lab in fall 2005 (next semester, after the summer). i will ask my professor if we can have access to the labs before then. if so, i will have a solution to test on my z.

im not a EE guy, but we need projects just the same!

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Unlock = down
Lock = up

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And just so its completely clear:

Using Key:
Unlock - counter clockwise - window goes down as desired
Lock - clockwise - window goes up as desired

Using Key FOB:
Depress unlock button until windows roll down as desired.
 

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Unlock = down
Lock = up

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And just so its completely clear:

Using Key:
Unlock - counter clockwise - window goes down as desired
Lock - clockwise - window goes up as desired

Using Key FOB:
Depress unlock button until windows roll down as desired.
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My keyfob has only three buttons (not the four button unit). Can't do much at all with it except basic lock and unlock... can't even make the horm chirp on lock. I would have thought that a 35th Annivsary model would have a better keyfob.
 

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I've never seen a 4 button version. Your keyfob can cause the horn to honk, it's just been turned off on your car. I'm not too up on the exact procedure to change that, but I'm sure a quick search can turn up sometihng
 

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I've never seen a 4 button version. Your keyfob can cause the horn to honk, it's just been turned off on your car. I'm not too up on the exact procedure to change that, but I'm sure a quick search can turn up sometihng
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I think to turn the "horn-when locked" feature off or on you hold both lock and un-lock buttons down for like 6 seconds and then the lights blink telling you that the horn is now off, or it sounds the horn to show that it has been turned back on.

I like mine silent. Seems arogant and snotty to sound the horn for no reason. I can hear the lock servos. I don't need to hear the horn too.
 

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Yes very arogant and snotty....and noise polution.




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I've never seen a 4 button version. Your keyfob can cause the horn to honk, it's just been turned off on your car. I'm not too up on the exact procedure to change that, but I'm sure a quick search can turn up sometihng
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I think to turn the "horn-when locked" feature off or on you hold both lock and un-lock buttons down for like 6 seconds and then the lights blink telling you that the horn is now off, or it sounds the horn to show that it has been turned back on.

I like mine silent. Seems arogant and snotty to sound the horn for no reason. I can hear the lock servos. I don't need to hear the horn too.
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<span style="color:darkblue">I think the honk is actually quite useful. I can't tell you how many times I've been about to get on a bus and think "did I lock my doors?" For some reason, I have an easier time remembering the honk</span>
 
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