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Re: Express window feature

I don't know how it works, but on BMWs with this feature there's a 
mechanism that'll stop the window if it meets with resistance. I tried 
it and it works. Not that I was too keen on sticking my finger in there 
at first, but it works very well as witnessed by the fact that I still 
have the full use of all 10 fingers...
- peter, peterhe@microsoft.com

| From: "Psychos 'R Us"  <honge@creighton.edu>
| To: Audi majordomo  <quattro@coimbra.ans.net>
| Subject: Re: Express window feature
| Date: Monday, January 22, 1996 4:29PM
| > And after the first lawsuit involving somebody's child's head getting stuck
| > in a window with "express up" it will soon be "never after offered".  I
| > can't believe they'd offer such a bonehead feature.  Here we go with
| > unintended acceleration all over again.
| And I thought this feature is suppose to be on the DRIVER's side window.
| How can a child's head get stuck there, unless...
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