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I've been having a little fun with the remote ... opening the windows. I have a Hybrid SEL and I'm sure the Limited offers the same option.
Does the blue offer this? Is it only the Hybrid?
Any other little known (secret) options to play with?
Just thought I'd kick it around with you all.
 

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Page 5-43 of my owner's manual says this ...
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So, if you press and hold the "unlock" button on the remote (contrary to the typo showing "button (1)" as the "lock" button), it will open the windows while you keep that button held down. I don't believe you need to press that button multiple times first.
 

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Page 5-43 of my owner's manual says this ...
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So, if you press and hold the "unlock" button on the remote (contrary to the typo showing "button (1)" as the "lock" button), it will open the windows while you keep that button held down. I don't believe you need to press that button multiple times first.
I have a states side manual and it is not mentioned in there I learned about it from this video ...

So I tried it as you described and it works the same!!
Thanks for sharing that info, I wonder why it's not mentioned my manual.
 

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Another “hidden” feature … when you turn on the heated seats, it activates at maximum heat (3 LEDs lit) and each further button press decreases it by one step. So the normal way to turn it off would be to press the button 3 times.

But, if from max you press and hold the button for a couple of seconds, it will turn off seat heating with that one single action.
 

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Another “hidden” feature … when you turn on the heated seats, it activates at maximum heat (3 LEDs lit) and each further button press decreases it by one step. So the normal way to turn it off would be to press the button 3 times.

But, if from max you press and hold the button for a couple of seconds, it will turn off seat heating with that one single action.
That’s a good one to know
My wife loves the heated seat, so we use it often
Now I won’t have to feel like a piano player. Lol

I enjoy finding out about tips tricks and short cuts

Thanks for sharing this
 

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In the US manual the feature is described on pg 5-60. You press (once) and hold the unlock button for more than 3 seconds. It does work on the blue trim, lowering the front windows only.
 

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In the US manual the feature is described on pg 5-60. You press (once) and hold the unlock button for more than 3 seconds. It does work on the blue trim, lowering the front windows only.
Yep. There it is right where you said
I did an adobe reader search for remote and didn’t see it. Thanks again.
 
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