Window Issue with the short drop

Old 6/12/19, 06:15 PM
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Window Issue with the short drop

Hi All, I'm new to the forum. Just bought my 17 GT three days ago. Loving the car, but having an issue with the drivers window. When closing the door the short drop goes back up and seals the window, but only stays up for a few seconds and then drops again like I'm opening the door. It will then bounce back and forth. Most of the time it will finally seal and stay closed like it should. A few times it has done the short drop while driving, stay cracked for a few seconds, and then go back up and close. Anyone experience this issue? I have thought about taking it in to the dealer while its still under warranty. Unless there is a simple fix. Thanks in advance.
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Old 6/13/19, 09:08 AM
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I believe there is a way to reset the windows that might help -- check your owner's manual

pretty sure it involves putting the window up and holding the button up for several seconds
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Yeah, my '13 has instructions in the manual for resetting the windows. The newer models probably do as well.
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