: Rain Sensor for Window Roll up ?



Indyblue98
06-30-09, 04:20 PM
I know if it starts to rain while driving that the wipers will activate.
Just wondered if its possible to have the windows roll up if you have the car parked and it starts to rain.
Anyone :thumbsup:

Lifer
06-30-09, 05:23 PM
I know if it starts to rain while driving that the wipers will activate.
Just wondered if its possible to have the windows roll up if you have the car parked and it starts to rain.
Anyone :thumbsup:

Good ole Harley Earl built a rain sensor into a concept Eldorado in 1956 and I believe into the 1951 Lesabre to raise the top and windows when it was rained on while parked. Why it was never a production item - ask GM.

ssstealth
07-06-09, 05:46 PM
No, but if you "sense" it is raining, you can stay inside and hold the lock button for 5 seconds and all of the windows (except the sunroof) will roll up.

CIWS
07-06-09, 06:21 PM
2006 owner's manual

"If the engine is off, the windows may be closed from
outside the vehicle using the lock button on the keyless
access transmitter. Press and hold the lock button
for more than two seconds to close any open window(s)
on your vehicle. If any window is unable to close
completely, it will reverse and the horn will chirp."

leija_01
07-07-09, 01:22 AM
can anyone tell me where i can buy a 2006 owners manual... i was jipped and didn't get one at purchase. dealer said idk to getting another.. :-/

CIWS
07-07-09, 08:32 AM
can anyone tell me where i can buy a 2006 owners manual... i was jipped and didn't get one at purchase. dealer said idk to getting another.. :-/


If I ever look at it, it's the .pdf version. The actual book just lives in the glove box.

leija_01
07-08-09, 02:10 AM
think you can email me the PDF? thanks....

CIWS
07-08-09, 11:02 AM
Check your PMs :)