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markccp
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2020/09/21 10:23:47 (permalink)

Window (Drivers Side) & Parking Brake

Guys am I being stupid?
When you press hard on the window button for the passenger window, it fully opens, and closes the other way around, however the drivers window you actually have to fully hold down the whole time to open it fully. Why is this?
Also, in the 992 do you have to press the brake on when you park every time or is it automatic?
Thanks!!

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Timrice
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Re: Window (Drivers Side) & Parking Brake 2020/09/22 13:07:32 (permalink)
Both windows (on mine at least) work the same way, going all the way in both directions, with a single press. The parking brake does not come on automatically, but you can activate the Hold function by pumping the brake pedal on stopping. It releases automatically when you press the throttle to drive off.
Tim

Current 992 C2S
Previous 991.2, Macan Turbo, 981 Cayman, 964 C4, 964 C4, 944, 911 2.7G
fireblade
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Re: Window (Drivers Side) & Parking Brake 2020/09/23 14:39:20 (permalink)
Both my windows work the same.
Single press widow all the way down.
Single pull all the way up.
 
When moving up or down another pull/press stope movement.
Cheers
Michael
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