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Dead battery, now auto up window has failed

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After coming back from a trip I found the battery had died. After charging I noticed that the auto up on the passenger side has stopped working from either side of the car, and I can also start the car without pressing the clutch pedal. 

Any ideas?

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:welcomeani:

 

You need to re-train the windows.

Hold the Down button until the window is all the way down - then hold it for 10 more seconds. Do the same for window up and you are done. One-touch should work again.

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I've tried that, but not holding in the down position as well. I'll give it another go. 

Any ideas about the clutch?

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Sounds like someone has bypassed the clutch switch.

Look for a jumper or perhaps someone tie wrapped the switch to always open.

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