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You need to do a window reset. Its in your owners manual
This is a quote from the workshop manual
Note ? A driver side window will not fully close automatically under following the conditions: ? The battery has been disconnected during vehicle maintenance or for other reasons. ? The power window main switch connector, or driver-side power window motor connector has been disconnected. ? Carry out the following procedure to resume operation: 1. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. 2. Press the driver side power window main switch and fully open the driver side window. 3. Pull up the driver side power window main switch to manual-up position to fully close the driver side window, and keep holding the switch up at the position for about 2 seconds to complete initial setting.
TWO-STEP DOWN FUNCTION OPERATIVE/NON-OPERATIVE SWITCHING PROCEDURE
Note ? By following the procedure below, the two-step down function is switched to non-operative when it is operative, and to operative when it is non-operative.
Turn the Ignition on Within 5 sec perform the auto open two times perform the auto close two times
turn the ignition off and within 40 seconds and repeat the above sequence.
Most often when the car battery is removed for any purpose, most of the components are required to be re-learned again.Probably it needs to be re-learned as follows:Please sit on the rear right seat, press the window button to lower it. When it come down hold the button for not more than 3 seconds. Release the button. Then pull the button to bring the window up and hold it again for 3 seconds after it touches the upper rest, and then release it. Now check the window operation by operating it from driver side button. It is supposed to work fine. If not then check the driver side toggle switch, wire harness for looseness or discontinuity. Regards, Shadab Lodhi
Before you change make sure there is power on the board , if so the circuit must be checked for delivering voltage as the switch is pressed. the switch can be checked with a multimeter for continuity. Only if there is power to the motor without response must the motor be changed. if not the fault can be the control circuit board, maybe failure of the motor driver.
Remove the door panel,and the wire connector for the power window motor. Check to see if power is there when pressing the window switch. Check both wires, one for up and one for down. If power is present then its your window motor, if not your switch or power source. Good luck
well check window switch on driver side first does it roll down from that side / does it roll down from passenger side/ next if not do you hear the motor if yes its the switch in driver door that is bad / if you don here the motor then its the regulator/motor that needs replacing/ Please rate my response thank you very much