No, it is pre-programmed. Personally, I wouldn't worry about the battery. But, if you are, the workaround would be to manually close it yourself via the button before you shut the engine down.brownis said:Thanks for the info, however I have a follow up question. Is there a way to have the sun blind not close itself when you lock the car? It must spank the battery all this opening/closing, if your doing a short journey - so would be good to know if you can stop it. I did ask the dealer, but no one seems to know.
I've found this to be correct.KRG said:Pretty sure if I manually open the blind at any time, it gets into a cycle of closing when I turn the car off and reopening when I turn it back on. If I manually close it, it stays closed and doesn't open when I start the car.
If it's open when you turn the car off, it will close and reopen when restarted.
If it's closed when you turn the car off, it stays closed.
Can you please explain? How did you do it? Dow does it work? Thanks425Velar said:I also thought it would put extra wear on the motors...so I reset the sunroof (see manual) and then opened the blind and held it until it made a sound. Now it only opens and closes when you press the button.
Yeah the BMS is very over cautious.brownis said:Thanks for the guidance - my previous RRS seemed to suffer from the battery management system constantly warning about the battery being low, hence the question, perhaps newer software/design might mean the sun blind isn't an issue - let's see. Appreciate the help.