Question about 2007 Infiniti G35 Sedan Sport Sedan
Your vehicle has an anti pinch feature for auto up so your fingers or a childs neck is not harmed. It is possible 1 of 2 things has happened, either the module was damaged when you changed the battery, or in some models this was a programmable feature. So heres what I would do, look in the owners manual and see if its programmable which will be a simple task of cycling the key on and off and operating the window button or you can call your dealer and ask for the readers digest version...if your model is not programmable I would first try to remove the negative battery post for 1 minute with the key off and OUT of the ignition and then reinstall the cable and then insert your key, start the car and then try the window...failing that you will need to have your window control module replaced or re flashed by the dealer.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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