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Driver Window

Once the window is completely closed it comes back down 4 inches, motor brings it down, is there a timing adjustment?

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On the power window system on these cars they have a feature called anti-jam
its so if a child has there fingers in the windows it will drop down so the child dose not get hurt
there should be like a sensor switch like a park break has that lets the motor know that the window is not jammed it is just wound up
if you take off your door trim and have a look there should be some little button there that has most likely come out of place
give this ago
it should help
ricko

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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