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huskydog

Help..window auto up/down

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Just finished the install of the Traffic Pro and now the one touch auto up down on the door windows no longer works. Windows do go up and down just not one touch. Anyone have any ideas??? Sunroof still works as one touch.

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Just hold each window button for about ten seconds each direction after window has stopped. Then do the other the same way. Just needs reprogramming.

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My right window does not come up with a "one tough", down is OK . I asked the dealer, he told me this is normal, it is a safety regulation ... ??? . ;) I tried to hold the window up for 10 sec, no result. Has anybody have the same experience ?

C4S MY04

Best, Eddy

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No clue about Belgium.

However the first year Boxster, 1997, is just like you car. One touch on the passenger side window only works down, not up. Then for 1998-2004 it works both up and down.

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My right window does not come up with a "one tough", down is OK . I asked the dealer, he told me this is normal, it is a safety regulation ... ??? .      ;) I tried to hold the window up for 10 sec, no result. Has anybody have the same experience ?

C4S MY04

Best, Eddy

According to the Manual ('04 C2 etc) only the drivers side window will "One Touch" Open and Close.

The passenger side window will only "One Touch" open but not close - not sure why this is though???

My C2's windows work as stated above.

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My 2001 C2 passenger window goes up with one touch.

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