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I had a new battery installed and i guess it affected the power windows. None of the windows will go down with there controls. The master control on the driver's side goes down but it cannot bring the others down. I know that the Mazda 6's have like a code that involves pressing the master control buttons in order to fix the problem but I,m not sure how to do it.

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I had the same thing happen. Took the car to the Mazda dealer and it took the guy 2 seconds to reset the system. He opened my passenger door, rolled the window down with the control on that side, and then had me try my controls on the driver's side. And wouldn't you know it, the stupid thing worked. He said it was a computer reset trigger that doesn't always work when a battery is changed. Anyway, other than trying that, I would suggest taking it to a Mazda dealership and asking for help.
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Same problem, except only one window doesn't work from the main control on drivers side. haven't tried anything, hope someone can.
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Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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