Ok so you are going to love this. I stopped at Stewarts to get a gallon of milk. I left the car running, when I got back in my rear passenger window was 3/4's of the way down by itself. It will not go up or down. Please help we are getting a snow storm tonight. Thanks in advance.
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I would check the window adjustment to see that it is positioned correctly in the felt runners
next check those runners for tears in the felt that are stopping the movement
check the winding operation as the cable may be jammed at the point and need replacing
this obd2 trouble code table can help u understand the meaning of code.
po522, the possible solution:
The most likely cause is a faulty oil pressure sensor/switch.
for p0688, you can Check all the ECM fuses, if the fuses are OK try replacing the ASD relay.
On my 2004 PT, there are five switches in the upper center of the dashboard above the radio and heater controls. Top row is left and right front windows. bottom row is left and right rear windows, and the switch below is to disable the rear switches so the kids don't play with them. The switches in the rear are on the back of the center console between the front seats. The dashboard change (for the worse if you ask me) didn't happen until the 2006 models. The child safety locks for the back doors can be found on the front edge of the back doors when you open the front doors. If you found this helpful, please don't forget to rate it.