Window rolling down after locking your car

Asked by Apr 24, 2017 at 08:21 PM about the 2017 Honda Accord EX FWD

Question type: General

so last night I locked my 2017 Honda Accord ex
before going inside to wake up in the morning to
find all my windows and sunroof rolled down why
did this happen??

3 Answers

10,820

Someone may be sharing your remote frequency ,,, Obviously your car is still under warranty ... the dealer can do a simple modification and all should be well

10,820

If Teddy Kennedy had that in his car than he would have been elected President

You likely held down the unlock key on the keyfob. This will automatically roll the windows down and open the sunroof if you have one. I use it all the time in AZ when I approach the car in the summer to expel all the hot air in the car in 110 plus summers.

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