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Old 09-08-2011, 09:53 AM
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Couple of questions for E70 owner to be

Can anyone answer these two Qs?

1. There are two memory buttons on the front seats and there are two sets of keys. Does that mean that there are two memories total, one for each remote and corresponding to button 1 or button 2 or are there four memories total, two for each remote?

2. Can the open windows from remote feature be disabled? I've managed to open the sunroof on our X3 a couple of times from my pocket whilst in the house (probably because we don't have as big drives in London as in most of the US)?
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Old 09-08-2011, 06:02 PM
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Can anyone answer these two Qs?

1. There are two memory buttons on the front seats and there are two sets of keys. Does that mean that there are two memories total, one for each remote and corresponding to button 1 or button 2 or are there four memories total, two for each remote?

2. Can the open windows from remote feature be disabled? I've managed to open the sunroof on our X3 a couple of times from my pocket whilst in the house (probably because we don't have as big drives in London as in most of the US)?
For #1, each key gets its own "last postition" plus both buttons.
For example, you can program a sport position and a comfort position into memory. After your wife drives and changes the seat while using the other key, as soon as you unlock the car, the seat moves to your last position whether or not it's one of your 2 settings. Same thing for her key.
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Old 09-08-2011, 06:25 PM
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For #1, each key gets its own "last postition" plus both buttons.
For example, you can program a sport position and a comfort position into memory. After your wife drives and changes the seat while using the other key, as soon as you unlock the car, the seat moves to your last position whether or not it's one of your 2 settings. Same thing for her key.
Cool, thanks! I imagine we'll probably end up with one setting for her and one for me on each of the keys since up until now at least we don't carry our car keys with the rest of our keys. Will see though, thanks for explaining it!
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