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Windows open automatically

This is completely random. After parking the car, going shopping or whatever and coming back to the car, we find each window open about 2 inches. Now I know for a fact that I have not opened the windows. At once point, I actually saw the windows open when I hit unlock on the car. Took it to a Honda dealer and they said that they couldn't fix it because they couldn't replicate the problem. It's started to get really annoying, its happened before overnight when it was raining outside.

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  • core2kid Jul 19, 2008

    Alarm system is factory installed. No 3rd party parts have been installed onto this van, except for a rear bumper and truck door after being rear-ended. The problem still existed before the accident. The van has appx. 22,000 miles on it with normal maintenance every 5000 miles.

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This is a feature from Honda Alarm system, if you keep holding the unlock button on your key, all the windows will come down to let fresh air come in before you get in the car. I do enjoy this feature :) I am supprise that the dealer didn't know about it.

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I say problem like that window go down if you got and alarm system not factory (jobber viper or any alarm system) disconnect that alarm its a shorted alarm module hope it help fixya our post thanks pierre

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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