Question about 2005 Nissan Murano
I will tell you the cause but some don't want to hear the answer or will swear they are not doing it.
If the Intelligent Key fob is placed in a pocket, back pocket, purse or tight pants and (within range of the car) something presses against the unlock button for 3 seconds the windows will go down. Once the 3 second thresh hold is reached the windows start down. They will continue to go to fully open unless the button is released. In other words, the windows can be opened anywhere from a crack to fully open.
Try it. Take the Intelligent Key fob and walk within range of the car. Stop. Hold the unlock button down for 3 seconds and watch what happens. The windows start down.
If the car is re-locked using the Intelligent Key fob the windows remain down. You have to physically go and turn on the ignition and raise the windows.
Front window operation with the Intelligent Key can be found on page 3-22 middle column near the bottom of the 2007 Nissan Murano manuel.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
If your windows do happen to go down after pushing the unluck button for three seconds, rather than starting up your car to roll the windows up, you can also put your key into the drivers door lock (which is the only lock available to put it into on the MO) and turn the key in the locking direction and that will raise your windows back up again.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
My key fob is actually put up on the key hook every night, my windows are always locked and my windows are all the way down by the morning. Could it be the weak battery in my key fob? Because currently my battery is low.
Posted on Apr 02, 2014
Unlock on the key fob was the culprit on a '07 Lincoln MKZ
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
Or the inside of ur remote could have water in it causing it to have a shortage all u have to do is take the remote apart a( knife can seperate it) and dry all the pieces inside and put them all together once there dry and then everything we be as good as new. I know this because I just did it to my Infiniti :) good luck
Posted on Jun 24, 2012
I bought a key jacket from the jacketstore dot com and the problem is gone. I was apparently crowding the buttons while it was in my pocket, not much but enough.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Funny timing! I asked around at work today, and someone mentioned that their car (not an Altima) had that fob feature. Sounded like a possible cause, so I tested it out. Sure enough, it worked....so maybe the button gets held down in my pocket (or maybe my daughter gets ahold of it...) I'll really pay attention to where my key is at all times, so that if it happens again- I'll be able to pin point when it happens and why. Thanks for responding- I was going to post this same thing to let everyone know....funny timing!! Hopefully this solves the case of the mysterious opening windows!
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Mine began like that and then none of the locks and windows worked. Now it is at the dealer (again!) waiting for parts. This is the 5th time a recall defect has been fixed..
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
SOURCE: Power Windows
just had the same problem. check the black wire in the rubber boot from the body to the door on the drivers side. i just soldered my back together and it works just fine.
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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