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This is my day i collect all the question for this lovable forum

When i open the car from the key buttons when i open drivers door all look ok

when i open the passengers door the window stay for a second and if i open the door very fast the window stay in the soft tops rubber and i feel the opening

when i open not so fast maby hold the doors opener for a second and after pull out the door the window sucseed to be a bit down and open the door without feeling that holding from the rubber is it normal?

thanks michael

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i forgot to say that when lifting the windows together they open or close at the same time so motors work fine

and of course if a motor retired it is more common to be the drivers one because of the more use

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This is my day i collect all the question for this lovable forum

When i open the car from the key buttons when i open drivers door all look ok

when i open the passengers door the window stay for a second and if i open the door very fast the window stay in the soft tops rubber and i feel the opening

when i open not so fast maby hold the doors opener for a second and after pull out the door the window sucseed to be a bit down and open the door without feeling that holding from the rubber is it normal?

thanks michael

Pretty sure thats the way it's supposed to work. Beleive it say's just that in the owners manual.

Pk

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Hey Micaeal, seems like U are pretty new to a 986? congrats!

all the things u r concerned about are all normal including your HVAC smell,lol

Yup that sounds like all normal to me. just try to take it easy - give it a about half second release.

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This is my day i collect all the question for this lovable forum

When i open the car from the key buttons when i open drivers door all look ok

when i open the passengers door the window stay for a second and if i open the door very fast the window stay in the soft tops rubber and i feel the opening

when i open not so fast maby hold the doors opener for a second and after pull out the door the window sucseed to be a bit down and open the door without feeling that holding from the rubber is it normal?

thanks michael

Michael:

A slight delay is normal. Have you compared the operation of the driver's side window with what you are experiencing in the passenger's side window?

That might give you reassurance that everything is "normal".

Regards, Maurice.

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Maurice thanks again you are right this happens to drivers door too

i was confused because on my brothers 986 2003 2.7 the windows are more quick and this not happens as mine 1999 2.5

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