2017 Honda CRV Windows Roll Down on their Own

Asked by Jul 27, 2017 at 08:10 PM about the 2017 Honda CR-V EX

Question type: General

I came out to find all of my the windows on my
brand new 2017 Honda CR-V rolled down!  Does
anyone have any idea why or what can be done to
keep this from happening?

4 Answers

35

I had the same problem. I'm told if you hold down the unlock button down on the key fob this can happen but I don't recall doing this. I'm calling Honda today

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My 2017 crv just did this tonight. I came back to the car and found all 4 Window rolled down half way. All 4 perfectly lined up. Does anyone have any solution or reason why it did this?

35

Hey Ted, I think I accidentally sat on mine and that's how it happened. If you hold the unlock button there's vent feature that rolls all four windows down and cracks the sun roof (if present). I now place my keys on the table or hang them up at night so there's no way this will happen again.

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We have had a 2017 CRV for about four months. Recently, my wife went to Disneyland and when she returned to the car that evening, all four windows were down. Again, when we went out to go to work this morning, all four windows were down. Reading the above answers, she went out and yes, holding down the unlock button lowers the windows, but we did not do that last night. Could someone else's key fob to that?

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