I roll my window up but it comes down on it own ?
I get it to stay up by quickly pushing the button down as it rolls up but unless I do that it won’t stay up and roll down. WHY?? It only rolls down soon as it closes all the way
Fords are so lame. I’m so done with fords
Thanks holding the switch thing worked
- Grandpa JackLv 62 months agoFavourite answer
2 things I can think of. Have you disconnected your battery or has it died recently? Auto up/down windows in many cars must be "reprogrammed" to work properly after the battery is disconnected or dies. To reprogram the windows, put the window all the way down by holding the switch down and hold it down for an additional 10-15 seconds after the window has gone fully down. Then put the window up and hold the switch up for an additional 10-15 seconds once the window is fully up. Doing this forces the system to re-learn the up/down limits of the window. After this, try the window again and see if the problem is solved.
If the above doesn't solve the problem, then I'd suspect your window switch is faulty. To test the window switch, replace the suspect window switch with a window switch for another window. If the window works with a different switch installed, then replace the faulty window switch and you should be good to go. Good luck.
- 2 months ago
You should have the window checked.
- CactiJoeLv 62 months ago
Cool, that would keep you busy and kill some time while driving long distance. Something is loosey goosey in the mechanism inside the door.
- pit bulls biteLv 72 months ago
hand crank or power..............
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- thebax2006Lv 72 months ago
If you're talking about a newer vehicle that drops the window about a quarter inch when opening the door and closes it when the door is closed and now it comes down that quarter inch after the door is closed the motor needs to be reprogrammed.
If it's not one of these windows that does that to save the weatherstrip the window regulator is filing and needs replacement.Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- Anonymous2 months ago
Replace the motor assembly. Limit switches inside the assembly is bad.
- CBLv 72 months ago
You have a switch problem not a FORD problem. Fix the f-ing switch - easy peasy....OR buy a chevy and enjoy electrical issues that make the window switch seem like a bug bite while walking through a yellow jacket nest