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I think this feature can be disabled by the dealer as there have been instances where the windows have rolled down after you have locked the car and walked away. I think it is a malfunction with the "Hold the unlock button down to lower both windows remotely" feature.


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I think this feature can be disabled by the dealer as there have been instances where the windows have rolled down after you have locked the car and walked away. I think it is a malfunction with the "Hold the unlock button down to lower both windows remotely" feature.
You're probably right! Some '05s had it from the factory. He may have a malfunctioning system... Good thinking!


& for the window rolling down w/ ice thing... Epic design fail on Ford's part.


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My car just starting doing this. Does anyone have a solution please? I'm supposed to be in a car show on Sunday and now I have malfunctioning windows! Arrgh!

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Doesn't take much for it to freeze either since at the bottom of your window the seal doesn't work to great at all and water can get down there. So its not as simple as just an ice scraper.
I find the best tool is an old CD. Once you've opened the door and found the window didn't drop. slide the CD, starting at the end of the door, between the glass and the seal, all the way up to the mirrror. The round CD keeps you from catching an edge and tearing the seal. The window should drop, or if it doesn't, put it down and back up with the switch and it should find it's place.

Worked flawlessly the 20+ times my windows got frozen shut last winter.
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