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Originally Posted by Truckbusuk View Post
Hi Paul ... Dave is correct, the window motors need initialised ... the proceedure is the same for most Renaults with electric windows ...

1/ Switch ingition on
2/ Raise window to the top
3/ Hold switch open for more than 2 seconds
4/ Lower window to the bottom
5/ Hold switch open for more than 2 seconds
6/ Motors initialised - Job done.

Hope it helps .... and works
Thanks for that, do I need to do all 4 windows? And if so, is there a particular sequence, or are they all done at the same time?

Much appreciated both.


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