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Is there a list of ALL the unlockable features on our Rovers?
I am planning on getting all the "good ones" unlocked either at an indy or at the dealer, but I wanna make sure if I am paying, I get my money's worth.

So far, I want:
Close windows with key..
 

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You can get them to close with the remote... ;) I have a list somewhere, I'll see if I can dig it up.

Along with the lazy lock feature I happen to like the wiper speed activation (forget it's real name). When my wipers are on they automatically step down to intermitent when the truck come to a stop.

Of course there are several day time running lamp options as well as different options for when the fog light switch is active.

You can deactivate your key in the ignition alarm

You can have your windows set so that they operate without the key in the ignigion until you open the door.

THere is also the one touch for all windows instead of just the front windws

That's all that springs to mind without coffee. :?
 

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Moisture detect: This enables the moisture detected warning facility.
:think:
 

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luvs2getmuddy said:
Some of the explanations are vague. Lazy lock?
Means closing windows,sunroof etc. using handset remote.

Cheers
 

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So at the risk of sounding like a noob that hasn't searched or looked at rave,

Does anyone know how to set the Becm to open the windows with the key? I know this can be done with aftermarket gear as well as with a remote but I was just curious if it was a setting or a switch that could be turned on.
 

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rhino_ed said:
So at the risk of sounding like a noob that hasn't searched or looked at rave,

Does anyone know how to set the Becm to open the windows with the key? I know this can be done with aftermarket gear as well as with a remote but I was just curious if it was a setting or a switch that could be turned on.

Windows AFAIK cannot be opened with the key only closed via the Lazy lock function :think:
 
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