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Old 10-11-2005, 09:01   #1 (permalink)
Wayne Kerr
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V 70 Passenger Window

I was riding in the passenger seat of my 2001 V70 estate, my wife was
driving which makes a change.
The electric window was about half down and I decided to close it, to my
amazement the window went down not up and stayed down. The window did not
drop but went down as those I had pressed the down button.

Once the window was down it would not move on either the driver or passenger
buttons, I could also not hear any noise from the motor when trying to
operate the window.

I did a google and found a posting which may indicate that it is a simple
software problem which just needs resetting
If it is not software all the indications would be that as the window will
not move on either the driver or passenger buttons it would be something
within the door probably the motor.

If it was the motor failed then surely the window would have failed not in
the down position but in the position it was.
I am still baffles as to why the window went down when I pulled for it to go
up.



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Old 10-12-2005, 10:01   #2 (permalink)
Wayne Kerr
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Re: V 70 Passenger Window

The fault was a software programme that needed resetting
"Wayne Kerr" <wayne@wanker.com> wrote in message
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> I was riding in the passenger seat of my 2001 V70 estate, my wife was
> driving which makes a change.
> The electric window was about half down and I decided to close it, to my
> amazement the window went down not up and stayed down. The window did

not
> drop but went down as those I had pressed the down button.
>
> Once the window was down it would not move on either the driver or

passenger
> buttons, I could also not hear any noise from the motor when trying to
> operate the window.
>
> I did a google and found a posting which may indicate that it is a simple
> software problem which just needs resetting
> If it is not software all the indications would be that as the window will
> not move on either the driver or passenger buttons it would be something
> within the door probably the motor.
>
> If it was the motor failed then surely the window would have failed not in
> the down position but in the position it was.
> I am still baffles as to why the window went down when I pulled for it to

go
> up.
>
>
>



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Old 10-15-2005, 03:01   #3 (permalink)
Ari Westerholm
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Re: V 70 Passenger Window

how did you do it?


"Wayne Kerr" <wayne@wanker.com> kirjoitti
viestissä:jja3f.503$F4.435@newsfe6-win.ntli.net...
> The fault was a software programme that needed resetting
> "Wayne Kerr" <wayne@wanker.com> wrote in message
> news:HNQ2f.5426$yL.3658@newsfe1-gui.ntli.net...
> > I was riding in the passenger seat of my 2001 V70 estate, my wife was
> > driving which makes a change.
> > The electric window was about half down and I decided to close it, to my
> > amazement the window went down not up and stayed down. The window did

> not
> > drop but went down as those I had pressed the down button.
> >
> > Once the window was down it would not move on either the driver or

> passenger
> > buttons, I could also not hear any noise from the motor when trying to
> > operate the window.
> >
> > I did a google and found a posting which may indicate that it is a

simple
> > software problem which just needs resetting
> > If it is not software all the indications would be that as the window

will
> > not move on either the driver or passenger buttons it would be something
> > within the door probably the motor.
> >
> > If it was the motor failed then surely the window would have failed not

in
> > the down position but in the position it was.
> > I am still baffles as to why the window went down when I pulled for it

to
> go
> > up.
> >
> >
> >

>
>



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