Steve01 said:This should fix the auto window problem.
"NOTE: Whenever the battery is disconnected, the
driver’s window AUTO function is disabled.
37. Start the engine. Push down on the driver’s
window switch until the window is fully open.
38. Pull up on the driver’s window switch to close the
window completely, then hold the switch for 2
39. Test the window AUTO function."
AgPilotOwner said:I think he means when the battery is temporarily disconnected, you have to re-program the "auto" feature of the window. Similar to having to re-program the preset buttons on the radio.
AgPilotOwner said:I'm not real sure why my window lost its programming. The battery had not been disconnected. There is a chance that it had never worked, but I am pretty sure that I had tried it at least once.
BC-Pilot said:I've had to reset my Auto-Window now 3 times now.
I've had no 'electrical' modifications / disturbances on the vehicle as stated in the manual, but the window just seems to forget......
If anyone finds a fix, I'd love to know.
Hearing that others have experienced the same thing, I think there's a problem out there.