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    Unhappy problem with electric windows

    hi on my 2000 bus
    this w/end i noticed the battery was struggeling a bit to start the engine ,so i got a new battery and fitted it .
    every thing seemed ok ,every thing working ok ,or so i thought
    on the way to work this mornin i opened the window a bit ,got to work pushed the button down for to close the window ,but it didnt travel up on its own without the button pressed ???
    tried the window up n down but was only working with the button depressed
    but before the battery change it had the safety non trap feature (now not working) and the one touch up n down feature
    ive checked the fuses and they're ok ,
    so was thinking of possibilities of a relay or sensor or switch problem??
    any help with this one please

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    hold the button in the up psoition until you hear a click from each window. This will program the motors to the closed position
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    cheers mate
    i'll go and try this now and report back

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    yep that did the trick
    thanks v/much jal
    most appreciated

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