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Old 10-23-2013, 06:37 PM   #1
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Windows up and down?

Does anyone else have the up and down window issue where you pull the button once and it automatically goes up then half way up its like "nope" and goes back down?
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mine do that sometimes if I turn off my car while there going up
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Old 10-23-2013, 07:04 PM   #3
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Does anyone else have the up and down window issue where you pull the button once and it automatically goes up then half way up its like "nope" and goes back down?
My daughters Fiesta did this when brand new. There is a sensor in the windo that was replaced. I made sure both were replaced under warranty.
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Sensor. It's a safty issue. If the window detects resistance going up, such as a childs hand, or the dogs head, it will reverse and go back down. Either there's an adjustment, or the sensor gets replaced, or there's binding in the track when the window attempts to rise (close).

Under warranty? Then no issues. Take it in.
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Does anyone else have the up and down window issue where you pull the button once and it automatically goes up then half way up its like "nope" and goes back down?
Had this happen to me a few time. But it's cuz I was on a bumpy road when I was rolling them up and I'm guessing the sensor shook and rolled back down. So now I just roll them up when I'm not down my road. Lol doesn't bother me I can still roll them up. Lol.
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Old 10-25-2013, 12:47 PM   #6
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Try this

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BE SURE Door is CLOSED Put window down and hold switch for two seconds. put window up and hold switch for two seconds. DONE

Just be sure your doors are closed when doing this.

It is in your manual under power windows.
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