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  1. Absolutely everything works except the Windows won't stay down... How do I retrain the Windies?
  2. I have had the car out for several days... Ask works correctly... Starts no issues etc. But if I have the top up OR down, when I turn the car off, up go the Windows???
  3. Please help... Own my 2001 Carrara 996 for several years. Coming out of winter storage the Windows decided to roll themselves up every time I turn off the car. I am sure I have done something to create this situation, I just don't know what it is. All functions with, auto up, auto down etc. But when I turn the key off. They go to full up position with no movement of switches by me. Please help if you can.
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