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99 Beetle, Roll Down and Roll Up Windows


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mrsparky637 
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Would it be possible to open and close windows when I lock and unlock doors by holding down on the lock and unlock button? If so, how would I have to wire that?
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dei power window module.
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use extra Aux. on the unit, set up for validity (on as long as button is pressed) and tie into the same wires in the door that you used for doorlocks.
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Do the windows go up and down when you hold the key in the driver's door?
If so, you can duplicate this from your alarm fairly easily, with just one cheap relay.
Go to the Security forum at www.carsound.com, and do a search for "nissan"--- there, you will find instructions on how to do this for Nissans----your car's wiring colors will be different of course, but the procedure should be the same.

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