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Craig Thomson

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    2001 986 Boxster S
  1. Thought i'd record what i found for posterity. The issue was the driver's side (UK) door handle micro switch. I stripped the door down enough to view the window motor spindle. I could see that it was only (intermittently) driving in one direction. Thus i guessed there was a logic issue. I started exercising the door handle microswitches then i noted that I was able to get the motor to drive in both directions. Re-assembled the door and the window is fine now. I guess that the circuit 'thought' that the window was already fully up and would not allow the motor to drive in that direction. Hope this helps someone.
  2. I also tried disconnecting the battery (twice) although only waited 5 mins. maybe I should wait longer? there is no rough noise from door thus I’m sure it’s not the regulator
  3. Hi ttocs the passenger window works perfectly - fully up and down; also lowers on door open and roof lower. i have also also tried lowering the top - no improvement. really frustrating
  4. Hi RS, Long shot if you will get notified of this reply. Did you solve the issue? I have exactly the same problem with my 986 Boxster with the drivers side window - it will not move up at all (can hear the clicks ok) Happened after re-charging the battery. Would appreciate any further info... Cheers
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