This is a good thread idea, keep the real info comin' ala' ByByCavalier
On my old Chevy Cavalier I had this cool cranking device on the door that you could turn and the window would go down. My left arm never looked so good.On my '06 Altima 3.5SE I could press and hold the unlock button on the fob and the front windows would roll down. The key turn would roll them up or down, though. I wish the GC had a locking glovebox with a trunk button kill switch inside the box like my Altima had, plus a locking pushbutton rear seat release. Keeps the riffraff valets and mechanics from getting your tools, etc. out of the trunk without a proper key. The valet key wouldn't open them.
Side thought: Since a lot of dealers keep their cars perpetually on E until they're purchased, I wonder how many have lost sales to customers thinking the car was too slow for the wrong reason.Also that at below 50km left on a tank of gas the boost cuts, and you wonder why your car is so slow lol
The looks i get on it now, with just a de-badge and black "H"s is insane. I love it.That's what I love about it most!
In Florida if you turn your car off and close the windows this time of the year you may not livelong enough to roll them back down....:rofl:The OP is talking about tips and tricks such as these:
G35 / G37 Infiniti Tips and Tricks (Nissan 350Z / 370Z) - YouTube
I believe the GC works with the window trick, where you can close your windows for a few seconds after your car is off. (From the inside)
Well you can lock your car with fob, wait 10 Seconds and it won't beep but the lights will go off if they are still on.- double click the lock botton and the car will beep
- you can open locked doors from inside without unlocking them