Why do the windows on my Land Rover Freelander 2 keep opening when it's locked?

I have owned my Land Rover Freelander 2 from new for over six years and 65,000 miles. In the last year, I have come out in the morning and found all the windows fully open with the car still locked on three occasions.

Asked on 20 February 2017 by D T

Answered by Honest John
If it's not the 'global opening function' of the keyfob, it's moisture getting into the locking and windows ECU inside the driver's door.
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