I park my 07 mkz and a short while later my sun roof and both front window open by themselves

Asked by Jun 16, 2015 at 01:36 PM about the Lincoln MKZ

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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On a lot of the newer cars if hold the Fob un lock button down it will open your windows. Im not sure if thats what happened but its the only thing i can think of..

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I walk out side an held the unlock fob icon and to my delite the two front windows and moon roof opened I thought my computer was giving a warning of future problems thanks amillion

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On the Lincoln if you hold down the unlock button for 2 seconds it tilts the sunroof and front windows. Wish you could turn it off.

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