Driver Window Issue

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  1. Jwoo8804

    Jwoo8804 Junior Member

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    Hey guys, I have a 2008 Roush and when I went to crank the car this weekend the battery was dead. So, after having it tested and finding out it was no good anymore I bought a new one. Put the new one in and it fired right up and ran perfectly. However, I noticed my driver window did not drop like it normally does when you pull the door handle. It will still do the auto roll down just will not auto roll up. I can still feel the 2nd "click" when I pull or press the window button in the door that would normally make it auto roll up or down. The passenger side will still auto roll up and down fine. No issue on that side. Its just the driver side and its only when I'm trying to roll it up. I don't think this is an issue with it being off the track since it will still move up and down. Could this have something to do with a fuse or the computer? Any ideas?
     
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    Try holding the window up switch for a good deal of time with the door closed.
     
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    IIRC - there's a window reset procedure in the manual, have you tried that?
     
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    Oh ok, no I didn't know there was a reset for this. Thanks for the help, I will try this and let you guys know if it worked.
     
  5. pass1over

    pass1over I like it LOW

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    my car came with a manual?!
     
  6. JeremyH

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    Correct, there is a procedure for resetting the short drop and one touch features.

    Note: Perform one-touch up re-calibration with the door closed.
    Calibrating with the door open will cause the window to continuously
    bounce back.

    Functionality may be lost under low battery power conditions.

    To reset this function after restoring full battery power:

    1. Pull the switch to the one-touch up position.

    2. Hold the switch until the glass reaches the stall position and continue
    to hold for two seconds.

    3. Press the switch down and operate the window to the full down
    position. One-touch up will now be functional.
     
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    Hey guys, I tried the window reset procedure and it worked! Thank you guys for all the help.
     
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    JeremyH 3V Fuel Guru

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    Good deal.:clap:
     
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    Speedboosted Found missing cylinders

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    I had this happen last spring (terrible time to happen in the NW). One of the guys I work with knew the reset procedure off the top of his head. Lol all good now and haven't had an issue since.
     

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