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      10-01-2008, 07:26 PM   #1
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▀▄ eas | remoteKEY window Control for 1-series (e82) Coupe

Just added to the lineup, remoteKEY e82 offers customizable, useful features, in one easy to install product.



This unique comfort controller can be installed by anyone with the help of our detailed installation manual. Installation requires little electronic skills and is done without cutting wires or soldering! The module comes with all wires and parts needed. No need for extra key fobs. Everything is done with the original key remote.

The control unit was designed by our certified engineer, having years of experience on Porsche and Mercedes Benz vehicle electronics. It was developed according to all European and American (CE, FCC) directives and constitutes a state-of-the-art electronic onboard control unit. Over-voltage protection, reverse polarity protection, safety shut-off and absolutely minimal standby power drain can be taken for granted.

Unique design features only to be found in remoteKEY:

- Fully E13 tested and certified: E13 10R-02 4133
- Ultra-low power standby mode (less than 0.1mA)
- InstallAID™ LED shows correct installation and status
- Intuitive Setup menu for easy customization


Product Features:
- Remote window control: One-Touch operation of the windows and sunroof with the original remote on all models (US and Euro)
- Automatic door unlocking when ignition is turned off. Avoid having to pull the door handles twice to get out.
- Comfort windows: All windows can be closed One-Touch with the wide "All-Windows" button in the driver's door.
- User programmable: The module can be individually enabled or disabled. All settings are retained even if the car battery is disconnected.
- Shop/Diagnose mode: If activated the module is completely passive, as if it was not installed at all. It becomes invisible to diagnostic tools.

Here's a couple of videos of the kit in action showing remote window and mirror features:



Models Supported:
2008+ e82 1-series

remoteKEY window Control for 1-series (e82) Coupe
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=2016

Kits are already shipping, and on-site installation is available. Feel free to contact me directly by calling in, email, and PM
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      10-14-2008, 02:38 PM   #2
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how does this install? how much for the on site install?

can this be used to close the suroof with your FOB? i keep forgetting to close the suroof.

also, on the site it says that it can close the mirrors when you activate your alarm. i don't have alarm, can I still use this feature?
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      10-14-2008, 03:08 PM   #3
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how does this install? how much for the on site install?

can this be used to close the suroof with your FOB? i keep forgetting to close the suroof.

also, on the site it says that it can close the mirrors when you activate your alarm. i don't have alarm, can I still use this feature?
Installation is about 15 minutes and incredibly simple. If you are the DIY type - I can show you how to install the kit when you drop by.

The remoteKEY can be used to close all windows, including sunroof. An alarm is not required.
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Im jumping on this! Thanks EAS. You guys rock.
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      10-16-2008, 12:44 PM   #5
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Im jumping on this! Thanks EAS. You guys rock.
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      10-16-2008, 11:49 PM   #6
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I am def interested... so you install it directly on the key FOB?

Because I am ready to order one!
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I am def interested... so you install it directly on the key FOB?

Because I am ready to order one!
This uses the existing key buttons in order to utilize the functions. No additional FOBs are needed.
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      10-17-2008, 03:29 PM   #8
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This uses the existing key buttons in order to utilize the functions. No additional FOBs are needed.
I guess my question is... where is the module installed? in the car or in the key FOB?
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I guess my question is... where is the module installed? in the car or in the key FOB?
The module is actually installed on the car
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I guess my question is... where is the module installed? in the car or in the key FOB?
The module installs in the iring bundle just aft of the fuse panel in the glovebox.




You're looking at about a 15 minute installation at most.
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Bump for a cool mod!
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i want to get in on this but can you pm me the instructions to install? I really want to gauge the difficulty level before I commit.
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this is cool how much?
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i want to get in on this but can you pm me the instructions to install? I really want to gauge the difficulty level before I commit.
Sure, email me directly and I will be happy to provide a copy of the instructions for review.
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With this product installed, the 1 series will have the ability to have automatic fold in mirrors? I didn't think our mirrors could do that automatically... Can you please confirm that this will enable it?
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I have a number of questions about this. It would be nice if you could elaborate on this a great deal.
1. If it's one-click, how do you not open the windows when unlocking?
2. From the video, it seems as if the same button does both operations, but how does that work with the locks?
3. The website mentions a wide "all windows" in the driver's door. Is this on any 1 series? I don't know what it refers to.
4. What if you don't have an alarm? Does the mirror function work?
5. What about comfort access? Will the mirrors fold when you touch the door handle or is it only from the remote?
6. How do you access the set up menu?
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      10-27-2008, 02:32 PM   #18
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I have a number of questions about this. It would be nice if you could elaborate on this a great deal.
1. If it's one-click, how do you not open the windows when unlocking?
Pressing the Unlock/Lock button for +2 seconds will enable autoroll.

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2. From the video, it seems as if the same button does both operations, but how does that work with the locks?
Locks are unaffected by remoteKEY.

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3. The website mentions a wide "all windows" in the driver's door. Is this on any 1 series? I don't know what it refers to.
This refers to the Driver/Passenger windows and sunroof.

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4. What if you don't have an alarm? Does the mirror function work?
Alarm holds no bearing on the operation.

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5. What about comfort access? Will the mirrors fold when you touch the door handle or is it only from the remote?
remoteKEY does not communicate or alter Comfort Access. However if you have the mirrors set to autofold, they will fold when the doors are locked. There is also a manual mode that will require a 2-button press to fold in the mirrors. This feature can also be turned off.

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6. How do you access the set up menu?
This is enabled by the window switch, detailed steps are within the included instructions.
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remoteKEY is still in stock!
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      12-15-2008, 06:54 PM   #21
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remoteKEY makes a great stocking stuffer guys! Get it while you can!
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remoteKEY is still readily available for shipment! Get your order in today!
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