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Old 12-04-2012, 12:09 PM   #1
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I have a 2006 GT. I've had this problem where my battery would discharge and the radio/clock would wink out. Sometimes I need to jump start the car, sometimes not. My driver's side window may or may not be the culprit. It no longer automatically goes up, and I have to bring it down manually a bit to open or close the door. Additionally, if if close it all the way, it frequently goes back down 1/2 way by itself, sometimes after I get out and close the door. What gives?
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I have a 2006 GT. I've had this problem where my battery would discharge and the radio/clock would wink out. Sometimes I need to jump start the car, sometimes not. My driver's side window may or may not be the culprit. It no longer automatically goes up, and I have to bring it down manually a bit to open or close the door. Additionally, if if close it all the way, it frequently goes back down 1/2 way by itself, sometimes after I get out and close the door. What gives?
I say your Battery is just taking a crap and your window just needed to be reprogrammed by pretty much going up and down like 10 times, there's a certain way, but this is what works for me
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Not sure what's on the window fuse, you may be able to pull it and see if your battery discharges. But the window sounds like it needs to be re-programmed like Basohol said
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Also of you have shaker audio that drains the battery same with the upgraded alarm
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Well, I replaced the battery about two or three years ago, so maybe it's that time again. I'll give it a try. Thanks.
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Well, I replaced the battery about two or three years ago, so maybe it's that time again. I'll give it a try. Thanks.
Ya my battery lasted 2 years and it would always die, just leaving the car door open for 5 mins would be enough to kill it
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I put a new battery in the Carr, and it starts, no problem. However, I still have the same problem...... Except the car starts now.
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I say your Battery is just taking a crap and your window just needed to be reprogrammed by pretty much going up and down like 10 times, there's a certain way, but this is what works for me
Thank you! My window would do the same! On the highway some chick would be looking and I roll my window up and it's like my window says nope I don't think so! And goes right back down
Makes me look stupid and indecisive
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