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Old 9/19/11, 06:50 PM   #1
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Window keeps rolling automatically

My drivers side window keeps rolling down every time it rolls all the ways up, it's driving me nuts!! Any ideas? TIA
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My drivers side window keeps rolling down every time it rolls all the ways up, it's driving me nuts!! Any ideas? TIA
What? It rolls down every time it rolls up? Better explanation, please.
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Old 9/19/11, 08:07 PM   #3
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Are your back windows up when this happens?
On my '06 vert, the backs had to be up before the fronts would close properly.
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Old 9/19/11, 09:31 PM   #4
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Try recalibrating them.
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Try what stupidgenius36 said,,, Don't know if its the same but i re-calibrated mine today because it wouldn't automatically go up when i shut the door. (1/4 inch gap) So i got out and raised it all the way and tried to shut it but It was to high and wouldn't close. To fix mine (or re-calibrate) I lowered the window all the way down and held the button down an additional 2-3 seconds, let go of the button and raised the window up all the way and held the button 2-3 seconds after it was all the way up. And it works fine now. ( I did just replace the battery, So that may have played a role as to why i had to re-calibrate?)
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Thanks

Thanks all, my battery did die, that must have been the culprit. Will re-calibrate.

**** these forums rock. BTW I have now had a Paxton/Vortech Charger in my car for almost 5 years (the highest output) and it kicks *** still. I'll do a write up about it's durability and performance soon.

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Well I can't seem to re-calibrate the window. If the door is closed it rolls all the way up then as soon as it hits the top it rolls down 90% of the way (almost like instead of a quarter inch, it goes most of the way down....every time.) I can't re-calibrate because the window won't stay up for me to keep the button down for 3 seconds....still trying.....
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Are you possibly doing it with the door open? The doors have to be closed, or they'll bounce back.
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no, of course the doors are closed

when the door is open it seems like it wants to go about 3/4" too high.... still haven't fixed it...will keep toolin'

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How was your problem resolved? My drivers side window goes up, then when it is all the way up it comes down about 3/4 of the way. I cannot complete the calibration as before when I replaced the battery.
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Thanks Sturgis. To fix mine (or re-calibrate) I lowered the window all the way down and held the button down an additional 2-3 seconds, let go of the button and raised the window up all the way and held the button 2-3 seconds after it was all the way up. And it works fine now. I also just replaced my battery
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