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Any one had this with their windows???

For some reason I can no longer control the passengers window from the drivers side. At the same time as this happened the auto feature on the windows which allows you to press once to wind the window down fully stopped working. I've now figured out how to reset that but I still can't control the passenger side window. Oddly the passngers controls opperate the window as normal. It isn't the window lock button before you ask

I'd assume it is a fuse but why that one control would be on a seperate fuse confuses me!

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I've now figured out how to reset that but I still can't control the passenger side window.
Is this the reset procedure you've tried?

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I had this exact thing happen to me. It was odd, because all I did was to wind the window (using passenger controls) all the way up, back down and up. Then the drivers side control magically started working.

No fuse went, and no rest was done.

Hope this works for you too!
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Is this the reset procedure you've tried?

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Well, not quite to that extent, that is long winded. To reset the auto function (and I have done it) all you need to do is hold the down button down untill the window is fully down and keep it held down for a further 5 seconds, then wind it up again keeping it in the up possition for a further 5 seconds. That does it. You can hear it reset and then auto function works fine. None of that, ignition on and then off stuff haha

Might give this one a try and see if it makes a difference to the remaining issue though. First I will try my version on the passenger side.. maybe that'll help!

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This happened to me when I installed new speakers in the front of my car Behind the plastic cover in the passenger foot well is a twist type connector connecting basically all the switches in your door to the car After I installed my speakers the connector had twisted loose a bit and wasn't making contact Took the cover of and gave the connector a jiggle and 2 years later its still working If you haven't had work done to the speakers its very unlikely but hey worth a shot!
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