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Had the Global Windows feature on a Ford F150 and loved it for those sudden downpours while parked outdoors. Will Jeep ever get on board with the Global-Open/Close Window Feature?
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Had the Global Windows feature on a Ford F150 and loved it for those sudden downpours while parked outdoors. Will Jeep ever get on board with the Global-Open/Close Window Feature?
No offense, but how would anyone answer this question?

I think you are on a quest with no destination. They'll be plenty of speculation but no real answer.
 

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Had the Global Windows feature on a Ford F150 and loved it for those sudden downpours while parked outdoors. Will Jeep ever get on board with the Global-Open/Close Window Feature?
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A clever electrical engineer could probably make a module that could do this... but it wouldn't be oem.
 

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^^^ What he said.^^^

I have it. Works great.
 
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No offense, but how would anyone answer this question?

I think you are on a quest with no destination. They'll be plenty of speculation but no real answer.
I am rather satisfied in the progression of this thread. Thank you for your contribution.
 

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^^^ What he said.^^^

I have it. Works great.
^^^^ What he said ^^^^^

Have had it since it first came out, works great. Only thing i recently noticed, is you can't one click raise the front windows, then click the back windows, as the front stop going up, and vice versa. Not sure I remember that issue in the beginning.
 

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^^^^ What he said ^^^^^

Have had it since it first came out, works great. Only thing i recently noticed, is you can't one click raise the front windows, then click the back windows, as the front stop going up, and vice versa. Not sure I remember that issue in the beginning.
yup, That is how mine has worked since day 1. if you watch when it raises and lowers, it always does 1 pair, and then the other pair. I am guessing it is a power limitation, as it is a lot of amps to raise & lower the windows. (found out the hard way when i was lazy on the first jeep and tried to tap the 12v plug in the dash for the battery power instead of actually running a wire. popped that fuse the first time I tried to do the windows.)
 

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yup, That is how mine has worked since day 1. if you watch when it raises and lowers, it always does 1 pair, and then the other pair. I am guessing it is a power limitation, as it is a lot of amps to raise & lower the windows. (found out the hard way when i was lazy on the first jeep and tried to tap the 12v plug in the dash for the battery power instead of actually running a wire. popped that fuse the first time I tried to do the windows.)
haha I popped that fuse 4 times before I got smart and actually ran a wire to the fuse block under the hood. :)
 
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