Question about 2005 Mazda 6
Hi I'm Peter, It would be highly unlikely that changing out a battery would cause the window motor to fail. A couple of things come to mind, one there is a possibility for some reason you may have a fuse blown or a relay go bad these can be checked in the fuse box under the hood and possibly the fuse panel inside the car usually somewhere around the drivers left leg. Another possibility I have seen is where someone put a cheaper battery with not enough amperage to handle the load of the window motor but they are normally slower then not stopped and also if the other window motors are working the weaker battery most likely isn't the problem. Worse comes to worse and the fuse and\or relay you can remove the switch on the door and check or voltage at the switch and if you do the check continuity through the switch t make sure it is operating. The way you worded your query it seems like the driver and the passenger on the driver side windows or just the driver window and all the rest are working. I would also like to know if there are any other electrical things not working now dome lights, radio, das lights, etc.
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: new battery in 06 mazda 6
1. Turn ignition switch to "on" position.
2. Open passenger window completely from passenger side window switch.
3. Close passenger window completely from passenger side window switch, and hold switch for an additional 2 seconds.
4. Turn ignition back to "lock" position.
That's it. Works like a champ. And here you thought it was more than just a battery dying....I did.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Remove door panel to check wiring to switch and motor
See if motor is getting power through the switch - if so motor is bad
If no power to motor check operation of switch - jump wires to test
if window works bad switch
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Passenger window lost programing. To reprogram, turn the key on, go to the passenger side and with the passemger switch run the window all the way down and hold switch in down position for 2 seconds, then run all the way up and hold in up position for 2 seconds, then repeat again within 5 seconds. Should work from drivers side master switch now.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Here is the proper procedure,
POWER WINDOW INITIALIZATION PROCEDURE
1. Turn ignition to ON position.
2. From driver's seat ensure window lockout switch is NOT depressed.
3. Press window switch down to fully open door window.
4. Pull window switch up to fully close door window; hold switch up for two (2) seconds; release switch.
5. Move to front passenger seat and repeat Steps 3 - 4 on passenger window switch.
6. Mazdaspeed6 Only: Move to rear seat and repeat Steps 3 - 4 at left and right rear seat window switches.
7. Verify proper window operation using each door switch.
This was taken from a service bulletin.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
Open the window with the local button and keep the button pressed for 3 seconds after it has fully opened. Then close the window and keep the button pressed for 3 seconds after it has fully closed. This calibrates the position of the window which it lost when you changed the battery. Good luck
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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