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      08-31-2019, 04:14 PM   #1
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Code Front Windows Only to Roll down with Key

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My car rolls the windows down when I hold the unlock button on the keyfob, and then rolls them back up along with folding the mirrors when I hold to lock.

I want to change the behaviour so that the front windows roll down and the rear windows do not roll down with the key, but if they are open, I would like them to roll up with the key.

I haven't been able to find any information on this. If anyone knows if this is possible and/or where to find the coding location for this, that would be very helpful.
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      08-31-2019, 10:18 PM   #2
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There are several parameters in FEM 3053 (PWMaster) that control timing of opening and closing front windows, rear windows, and sunroof. Values are tenths of a second, in hex.

KOMFORT_OEFFNEN controls how long unlock button must be pushed to roll down front windows.

KOMFORT_OEFF_HINTEN controls the delay between front and rear windows opening.

KOMFORT_OEFF_SHD controls the delay between front windows and sunroof opening.

KOMFORT_SCHLIESSEN controls how long lock button must be pushed to begin rolling windows up, beginning with rear windows.

KOMFORT_SCHL_VORNE controls the delay between rear & front windows.

For the behavior you want, use some suitable value for KOMFORT_OEFFNEN (I believe the default value is 19 hex = 25 decimal = 2.5 seconds, you may want to adjust this to suit your preferences) and use some large value for KOMFORT_OEFF_HINTEN (default here is 0.5 seconds). Setting this to, say, 64 hex would mean that you would have to continue pressing the button for 10 seconds to get the resr windows to roll down, effectively disabling the behavior you want to avoid.
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And how do we code for front windows to roll down while opening the front door?
I believe is called easy entry?
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And how do we code for front windows to roll down while opening the front door?
I believe is called easy entry?
No. Easy entry is automatic seat movement.
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There are several parameters in FEM 3053 (PWMaster) that control timing of opening and closing front windows, rear windows, and sunroof. Values are tenths of a second, in hex.

KOMFORT_OEFFNEN controls how long unlock button must be pushed to roll down front windows.

KOMFORT_OEFF_HINTEN controls the delay between front and rear windows opening.

KOMFORT_OEFF_SHD controls the delay between front windows and sunroof opening.

KOMFORT_SCHLIESSEN controls how long lock button must be pushed to begin rolling windows up, beginning with rear windows.

KOMFORT_SCHL_VORNE controls the delay between rear & front windows.

For the behavior you want, use some suitable value for KOMFORT_OEFFNEN (I believe the default value is 19 hex = 25 decimal = 2.5 seconds, you may want to adjust this to suit your preferences) and use some large value for KOMFORT_OEFF_HINTEN (default here is 0.5 seconds). Setting this to, say, 64 hex would mean that you would have to continue pressing the button for 10 seconds to get the resr windows to roll down, effectively disabling the behavior you want to avoid.
That's some very comprehensive information, much appreciated, I will be trying this out and report back once I have done.
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And how do we code for front windows to roll down while opening the front door?
I believe is called easy entry?
Like Oshnoo said, Easy Entry (German einstiegshilfe, literally "boarding aid") is usually discussed in connection with automatic seat movement on exit & entry. However, there are a few parameters in the main power window sections in FEM (PWMaster and PWClient, 3053 and 3050, respectively) with einstiegshilfe in their titles. You might try setting some or all of these to "activ" & see if that does what you want.

It seems like this would be most useful for coupes, where lowering the window can remove the temptation to open or close the door by grabbing the frameless glass.
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No. Easy entry is automatic seat movement.
thank you for verified information!

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Like Oshnoo said, Easy Entry (German einstiegshilfe, literally "boarding aid") is usually discussed in connection with automatic seat movement on exit & entry. However, there are a few parameters in the main power window sections in FEM (PWMaster and PWClient, 3053 and 3050, respectively) with einstiegshilfe in their titles. You might try setting some or all of these to "activ" & see if that does what you want.

It seems like this would be most useful for coupes, where lowering the window can remove the temptation to open or close the door by grabbing the frameless glass.

I'll give it a try
Thank you
I have a GC and I hate passanger close up my door with window.
sometimes it's annoying......
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Like Oshnoo said, Easy Entry (German einstiegshilfe, literally "boarding aid") is usually discussed in connection with automatic seat movement on exit & entry. However, there are a few parameters in the main power window sections in FEM (PWMaster and PWClient, 3053 and 3050, respectively) with einstiegshilfe in their titles. You might try setting some or all of these to "activ" & see if that does what you want.

It seems like this would be most useful for coupes, where lowering the window can remove the temptation to open or close the door by grabbing the frameless glass.
Tried coding today using bimmercode and no luck
3050 FH_einstiegshlife_akzeptiert aktiv
3053 einstiegshlife_aktiv aktiv
3053 einstiegshlife_pia_default aktiv
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