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Old 09-18-2012, 06:51 AM   #1
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I let my car sit for the winter and my battery died now every time I roll up the window it rolls down any ideas how to fix it or what could be wrong
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Re: Passenger window

Pull the button instead of pushing? JK I don't know.
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Try to reset the windows calibration hold the window button down until it rolls all the way down don't let go of the button for a few seconds you should hear a slight noise then roll the window up and hold the button up for a few seconds you should hear the same noise I has the same problem in my 07 gt and that's how I fixed mine
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Thank you I will try it
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Try to reset the windows calibration hold the window button down until it rolls all the way down don't let go of the button for a few seconds you should hear a slight noise then roll the window up and hold the button up for a few seconds you should hear the same noise I has the same problem in my 07 gt and that's how I fixed mine
That's good to know! Thanks also! Learnin new stuff everyday lol
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That was the coolest thing I've learned in two weeks!
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glad I could help!
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Does the car need to be running or turned off
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Old 09-19-2012, 10:23 AM   #9
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Re: Passenger window

Patty boy, key in turned, but the engine not running.

This fix worked for me when I had a slow draw and the battery almost died on me, the next day my passenger window wouldn't go back up that little bit when the door was opened. Push and hold the button down and hold it for a few seconds, then up (not AUTO) and hold it, worked like a charm.
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Patty boy, key in turned, but the engine not running.

This fix worked for me when I had a slow draw and the battery almost died on me, the next day my passenger window wouldn't go back up that little bit when the door was opened. Push and hold the button down and hold it for a few seconds, then up (not AUTO) and hold it, worked like a charm.
Didn't work is there anything else I can do
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