I found this in the owners manual, page 2-4:
On some models, pressing and holding <unlock on key fob> will open all of the windows.
The ATS apparently DOES NOT have this feature....at least I couldn't get it to work as you all described....thank goodness!
Just heard from Cadillac this feature can not be changed by the dealer an can not be removed or deleted . so be careful where you park the car an treat the key fob with kid gloves
You have to press it for a LONG time for the windows to open. At least that's how it was in my Acura. It would be difficult for it to happen by accident.Quote:
Originally Posted by big rich
The worst is the trunk button. Happens at least once a week where I'll find the trunk open in a public street or parking lot. Can't leave anything valuable in it. Dealer can't disable the trunk open button on the key fob.
Several friend's Lexus have done this. Worst was on one's LS460 as he left it parked outside. He said he locked it, walked inside, hung his key in its usual place and didn't touch it until next morning. Walked outside to open windows/sunroof. Unfortunately, it had rained quite heavily overnight.
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Tricia, Cadillac Customer Service (Assisting Katie).
The dealer may not want to, but you can.Quote:
Originally Posted by docjay
Open the key fob by removing the key from its bottom edge and then gently prying it apart with a small flathead screwdriver (open from the side, bottom edge, working your way up).
Once you get inside you'll find that the buttons work by way of a magnet pressing a circuit board. Put a sticker or two over the magnet you want to disable (trunk release or door unlock), then put the fob back together.