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Any Suggestions? 2005 Mustang Window Calibration

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I got a weired problem with my passenger side Window. When I open the door the window goes a little bit down but when I shut the door it does not close the window at all. I tried a calibration and it worked for 2 times. Now its broken again. Could it be that the battery is worn and needs to replaced? I still use the first battery from 2005. or is it something else?



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You got 10 yrs out of the battery? You're WAY past replacement time. Yes, it could be the battery causing the problem, I would replace it.

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When my battery was on its way out, my windows quit dropping when I opened the door. I would definitely start with a new battery.

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