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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019 Thread Starter
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Auto up/down unable to program

Hello, all. I have an issue with a customers window that I cannot find anywhere else. Its a programing issue with the window after changing the switch and the regulator/motor at the same time. Should be a simple hold up then hold down but the problem is that after "deinitializing" the motor by unhooking the battery, I try to program it and going up the first time is fine, it makes it up and after about 5sec I hold down and then wait again, but when I go back up again it only goes up about three inches and then does a "short drop." From there I have to inch it's way up by repeatedly pulling the switch to the first detent for a split second, if I accidentally pull to the second detent then it drops allllllll the way down and I have to start over. Other windows are all up and the top is secure, passenger window works fine, just the driver one that won't program. Battery had corrosion built up on the terminal but I cleaned it off. Any ideas on why it keeps dropping all the way to the bottom? Why it won't program? Very frustrating.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-10-2019
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To deinitialize you have disconnect the battery or pull the fuse while the window is moving.

To retrain you pull and hold the up switch and stall the motor against the top for 5 seconds, the do the same for down. Once that is down you do one touch up and down 5 times.


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