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    electric windows

    just a quick message to see if anyone has a solution to my problem, on my coupe the single touch function has stopped working so have to keep finger on button; also when open the door it no longer drops and rise's when open/close door, anyone got any ideas??

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    if you've had your battery disconnected then it needs reprogramming to go back to the one touch operation. cant remember how to do it but fiddling around will do it. might be in your manual. not sure on the window dropping when you open it.

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    well battry aing been off but lost all clock settings as one of fuses wen for trip computer so lost everything, so will read manual tomorrow unless anyone else knows about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipcjl
    just a quick message to see if anyone has a solution to my problem, on my coupe the single touch function has stopped working so have to keep finger on button; also when open the door it no longer drops and rise's when open/close door, anyone got any ideas??
    Yep,

    Push the button until the window is fully open, then push and hold the down button for 5 seconds, then close the window and when its fully closed press the up button for 5 seconds should do it. Or something like that.
    Drives: Astra MK4 Coupe 2.2 & MK4 Estate 1.7TDI (Car Modification Diary)

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    will give it a try and see if that works will let you know tomorrow but thank you in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by flipcjl
    will give it a try and see if that works will let you know tomorrow but thank you in advance
    Should do, thats definatley what I had to do with my Cavalier, and I seem to remember it as the same on my Astra. Can't remember though as its been a while since I had to do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john1981
    Yep,

    Push the button until the window is fully open, then push and hold the down button for 5 seconds, then close the window and when its fully closed press the up button for 5 seconds should do it. Or something like that.
    Thats Spot on, you should hear a click noise, and then you can let go of the button.

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    worked fine thanks very much

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    this wored for me brilliant

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