My driver side window has started opening midway and not closing without me having to push and pull the window button SEVERAL times. Is anyone else having troubles with their windows?
SallyGraceMy driver side window has started opening midway and not closing without me having to push and pull the window button SEVERAL times. Is anyone else having troubles with their windows?
You could try the following from page 147 of the owners manual (if you haven't already):
Initialization of power window (windows with off delay function)
If the one-touch auto up and down function or off delay function does not operate properly, operate each window according to the following procedure in order to initialize the power window system.
1. Close the door.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.
3. Open the window completely and then press and hold down the power window switch for approximately 1 second.
4. Close the window completely and then pull and hold the power window switch for approximately 1 second.
The initialization sequence above is exactly for that type of this scenario, as well as some other problems. Auto open is a function of the safety feature.Actually the window is opening on its own accord and then I'm having difficulty closing it. I have an appointment with the service department in the morning. Thank you!
Thanks, Maybe worth my checking with the dealer then, especially if I can show them others have the same problem.Have this problem with my Ascent, especially on the passenger side. The window won't close, especially in cold weather. Talked to my dealer about it. He cleaned out the window channels. He told the stock window channels are narrow, and is ordering me updated parts which are wider.
that describes my issue, the rubber seal goes up with the window and pinches-folds not letting the window get all the way up. I'm past warranty so not sure how to secure the weather seal on my own.Is it catching any of the weather seal? My driver's window started dragging the seal with it as it went up and down. I had to have it fixed under warranty. The tech at the dealer actually had seen this problem before and knew exactly what was wrong when I took it in. The seal was replaced and properly lubricated.