Widows and sunroof opened by themself

Asked by Jun 07, 2017 at 10:00 PM about the 2016 Honda Accord EX-L V6

Question type: General

Locked my car with all my windows closed. When I came back from dinner
they were all opened

4 Answers


Check the owners manual. Your car has a feature that does what you experienced when you hold down the unlock button on the key fob for more than a couple seconds.. You must have activated it when it was in your pocket.


Like Tom says this is probably normal. If not you have a warranty.


Major problem with Honda .. in fact your car is one of the models named


Honda's engineers got so wrapped up in the possibility of their cars getting immersed in water and trapping someone inside that they designed a circuit that rolls the windows down if the car goes under ,,, No,, I'm not joking ,,, now they are being deluged (excuse the pun) with warranty claims. Duh, in my whole life (73 years) I have never met anyone whose car was submerged ,,, but on second thought ... If Ted Kennedy's car had that .. then He would be President

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