I brought my 2014 Volt in to have this feature disabled, after coming back to the car in downtown Seattle and finding that all the windows were down because I accidentally pressed the wrong button on the key fob again. The clerk did not give me any paperwork or an estimate, and since he did not even seem to understand that this was something that was done through a computer program, I just let it go assuming that I would be charged a reasonable price. Upon picking up the car, I found that they had charged me $204. Is that reasonable? When I asked the clerk about it, he said "programming ain't cheap." I understand that I can't do this myself, and I need to pay some sort of premium for their having the proper diagnostic software, but $204 seems excessive.