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Driver Side Window Problem

So on my 07 Mustang the Driver Side Window is a little out of whack. Since the window is suppose to roll down a little when you open the door and then roll back up when you close it mine for some reason rolls up even when the door is still open. Most of the time it happens within a second of opening the door it will roll up when it's still open. And the rest of the time it takes a few seconds then it rolls up also when the door is still open. My passenger side is perfectly fine though and works properly. Rolls down when and open and stays down until I close the door than it goes up. Can anyone help??? It's been a week and it's driving me crazy. I tried the recalibration both with the fuse and the battery but still nothing. Anyone have a similar problem???

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-11-2017
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I had a similar issue on my last Mustang (was an 06) - but I did a reset with something about the key/pressing up/down and holding it or something... I do NOT remember anything with the battery. I think it's also in the owners manual...

From another forum, I found the following...
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Try the window motor calibration procedure.
With key on hold button down and for two seconds after window goes down. Then roll up while holding button in up position for two seconds after window is up. This will re-calibrate them, if done correctly.


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Hey Mike B yeah I've tried that recalibration procedure too but still nothing for me. I don't know what else. That was one of the first things I've tried actually lol. Thanks though!
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This appears to be a duplicate post, or thread.

https://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...w-problem.html

They should be combined, as each has it's attempts at answers.

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