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Possible fix!
 
Many Japanese cars' are designed similarly in that the fixes are the same. Check the owners manual for a method to "reprogram" the limit on the sunroof and/or windows.
 
I had half of the headliner removed before I looked in the book. Your window is confused and forgot where it is currently positioned! (Don't laugh most automotive accessories are controlled through the onboard computer and just like your laptop can drop a bit or two and lock up or crash, no pun intended.)
 
1. Disconnect the Negative battery terminal.
 
2. Wait a few minutes and reconnect the battery.
 
3. Operate the window by closing it fully and without releasing the button, hold the button for about ten seconds after it is fully closed.
 
4. Open the window fully and once again hold the for ten seconds after it is fully open.
 
This should reset the end limits for the window. Check the owners manual for specifics on the car. This procedure may also work for some "auto up/down" windows.
 
Finish the fix by reprogramming the radio presets, bluetooth, programmable seats, etc.
 
''Forgot to add this in the original. The carecar I was working on was a 2004 Nissan Sentra. It also works on other Nissan models as late as 2009 model year.''
''Forgot to add this in the original. The carecar I was working on was a 2004 Nissan Sentra. It also works on other Nissan models as late as 2009 model year.''

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編集者: Joe the Iceman ,

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Possible fix!
 
Many Japanese cars' are designed similarly in that the fixes are the same. Check the owners manual for a method to "reprogram" the limit on the sunroof and/or windows.
 
I had half of the headliner removed before I looked in the book. Your window is confused and forgot where it is currently positioned! (Don't laugh most automotive accessories are controlled through the onboard computer and just like your laptop can drop a bit or two and lock up or crash, no pun intended.)
 
1. Disconnect the Negative battery terminal.
 
2. Wait a few minutes and reconnect the battery.
 
3. Operate the window by closing it fully and without releasing the button, hold the button for about ten seconds after it is fully closed.
 
4. Open the window fully and once again hold the for ten seconds after it is fully open.
 
This should reset the end limits for the window. Check the owners manual for specifics on the car. This procedure may also work for some "auto up/down" windows.
 
Finish the fix by reprogramming the radio presets, bluetooth, programmable seats, etc.
 
''Forgot to add this in the original. The care I was working on was a 2004 Nissan Sentra. It also works on other Nissan models as late as 2009 model year.''

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オリジナル投稿者: Joe the Iceman ,

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Possible fix!

Many Japanese cars' are designed similarly in that the fixes are the same. Check the owners manual for a method to "reprogram" the limit on the sunroof and/or windows.

I had half of the headliner removed before I looked in the book. Your window is confused and forgot where it is currently positioned! (Don't laugh most automotive accessories are controlled through the onboard computer and just like your laptop can drop a bit or two and lock up or crash, no pun intended.)

1. Disconnect the Negative battery terminal.

2. Wait a few minutes and reconnect the battery.

3. Operate the window by closing it fully and without releasing the button, hold the button for about ten seconds after it is fully closed.

4. Open the window fully and once again hold the for ten seconds after it is fully open.

This should reset the end limits for the window. Check the owners manual for specifics on the car. This procedure may also work for some "auto up/down" windows.

Finish the fix by reprogramming the radio presets, bluetooth, programmable seats, etc.

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