I recently accidentally disconnected my battery in my car and noticed that my window Auto Up was no longer working. I stopped by the dealership and this is the procedure we went through to get it working again.
This is for Vehicles equipped with the Auto Window Switches (Marked "Auto" on the switch) for driver and passenger windows.
1. Turn the key to on.
2. Roll the window down all the way and hold for 10 seconds. (This resets the auto down)
3. Pull the switch up and hold for 10 seconds. (This resets the auto up)
They said that if you listen very closely, you could hear a click from the switch after 10 seconds showing that it has reset.
Tada! Your windows will now be able to roll up and down with a single press of the switch.
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I tried this on mine "the switch say's AUTO" It rolls down if i push it all the way down and let go. BUT it would not roll up, when you let go of the switch it just stops ???
x2 how do you know if you have an auto up, mine also works on the down but not the up
Nice to see you George
and nice to hear that ....now i know
I always wait like a whole day and it resets it self
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Thanks for posting this thread.
My drivers side recently stopped going up automatically. Did the 10 second trick and bingo, it's back.
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I just had my car at the dealership today for the front passenger side window which wouldn't go down. They had to replace the regulator. I got the car back but the auto up no longer worked (I have auto up/down on both front windows). They took the car back and used the Starscan to fix it. I thought I had read there was a procedure that didn't require Starscan. I was right.
Apparently a new regulator installation requires a reset as well as a battery disconnection.
Why did the auto up feature on my driver's side window stop working. Only the up feature on the driver's side stopped working. I just reset it, and now it works fine.?????
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