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Indigocarfalling river.serviceed.it have automatic dore glass.glass countinue up&down when car start.mechanic said change old wiring system &update new wiring system. My question isnot work old system

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Sorry your description in english ? but i am assuming that the window is going up and down on its own .so it could be a faulty switch or the automatic system on the motor is faulty

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Check the body ground from the battery.There's a large wire and a smaller one that goes directly to the body.That's the one I'd check.Take care!

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Sir mechanic said that wiring system close from water ,when car is falling in river.so that car glasses automatically continue up & down. Which problem sir.


water conducts electricity. !
so switches in door could have water in them
motors in doors could have water in them
Corrosion could also be a problem

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if we can't trust mechanics, then "there will be no old cars."
(imagine, that, only new cars run,,, never old......imagine that)
the car is old, 23 years old.
most old cars come in to the shop and there are 10 major issues
not ever corrected. the owners don't want them fixed so we send them away,
find a good ASE shop,. no ASE shop needs to lie to you or cheat you
they are pros. and as such do not need to cheat you as they will be
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we can not feel your throttle cable here in the internet cloud.
but if the cable sticks, and is stuck at near wide open throttle
the engine fuel system is cut. this is a FEATURE. to unflood engines.
(operators guide (lost) explains this)
why not get the car inspected,
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this is true with all machines that old. not just yours. its called,
entropy. in the end , its all just a rust pile..
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Hi there, I live in Colombia South America and I have a HYUNDAI Elantra 2001 automatic transmission and it behaves exactly like yours. I have the best mechanic guy intown and also the dealer garage take down the whole transmission and nothing changed. It seems now to be something with the electric wiring system.

I would recommend you to have the electric system checked.

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