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Old 09-13-2010, 09:43 AM   #1
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Window problem

Hi guys, I have read the stuff about indexing the side windows, but I believe this is different. (have tried indexing)

The up down button is very sensitive. If you push too much the window does not operate. Essentially it only goes up and down if you barely press it. Express up and down does not work. Additionally if you press the window button while driving to crack the window a bit or raise it, the "door open" message comes on in the DIC

Seen this before?????
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