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Front windows - Auto up/down function

I noticed this yesterday, when the ignition is on both front windows auto function works as normal, however when i turn the ignition off (without opening the door) the passanger window auto function stops working (from drivers and passangers switches).

Is this a normal function or is something wrong?
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By "off" do you mean completely off, or just shutting the engine off?



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When 'off' I mean turning the key all the way back, so that the only things that work are the windows and roof blinds. Note that the drivers auto function remains to work; only the passanger one stops working.
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The auto only works for me when the engine is on..

After swith off, but ke in igniton before opening teh door, its manual only
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I noticed this yesterday, when the ignition is on both front windows auto function works as normal, however when i turn the ignition off (without opening the door) the passanger window auto function stops working (from drivers and passangers switches).

Is this a normal function or is something wrong?

You are ok! Mine works the same with you. One of the first things i noticed and didn't like when i bought the car. I've been to the dealer and we checked another civic, it was tha same. So, you are ok!!!!
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I noticed this yesterday, when the ignition is on both front windows auto function works as normal, however when i turn the ignition off (without opening the door) the passanger window auto function stops working (from drivers and passangers switches).

Is this a normal function or is something wrong?
That's the way mine works as well - The windows and/or roof blinds work for about 10 minutes after the ignition has been switched off, or until either door is opened.
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