An issue may develop where a window will not roll up after a short pulse down. Our technicians tell us this is a normal condition. Cycling the power door lock followed by the key switch will reset the programmer and restore proper window operation.
Average mileage: 61,117 (10,800–124,000)
18 people reported this problem
power window will not go back up fully it only moves 1 inch up then stops, will go down and back up slightly so you go up 1 inch then down 1/4 inch then up 1 inch but it never makes it beyond maybe 3 inches max.
Passenger side window automatically goes to half down [Australian RH drive version]. I can 'switch' it fully up but after perhaps 20 seconds it goes to half down. I have cycled the PAX side door to ensure it was closed properly and that seemed to fix it, but this morning the locked car had PAX side window half down. I recycled the roof, and held the up window switch up for ~8 seconds iaw the book and hope I have fixed the issue.
The window always opens a little when the car is unlocked. Now, It doesn't go back up automatically. If I'm driving, I can use the buttons to raise it, but when it's parked, the window stays open a bit. It snowed yesterday and the interior of the car was quite wet when I drove it this morning.
Passenger side window keeps falling down and does not stay up. I had it fixed at a dealership. A few months later, issue occurs again on occasion. Now window did not prompt down the 1/4 inch it does when the door opens, so it is stuck up and goes over its window frame the door is closed.
It's been happening for years, 3 maybe. It started in the summer and finally this winter started doing the same.
It's so frustrating. Most of the time id hear 'we couldn't recreate the issue'. A few months ago the driver side window stopped working altogether. That was a few hundred bucks and it didn't fix the pulsing issue. Now I'm sitting here waiting bc the passenger window stopped working this weekend. I was able to put it up and turn the car off - but this morning the damn thing was open. It'll be almost $100 just to get it looked at.