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Driver-side window auto-open/close not working

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by wayne530, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. wayne530

    wayne530 New Member

    Apr 16, 2018
    Petaluma, CA
    I noticed the driver-side window auto-open/close (lifting the button all the way, or pushing it all the way down) wasn't working. It was operating like the manual open/close setting where it would stop after letting go of the button. Got a tip to sit in the car with the door shut, put the window all the way down, lift and hold the button to close the window all the way, then once closed, hold the button up for another 5 seconds. It does some sort of recalibration on the window controller and seemed to fix the issue for me. Hope this helps others that run into this problem! :)
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  2. superlum

    superlum Supporting Member

    Oct 4, 2016
    Wow this just happened on Model X and that trick worked! Thank you!!
  3. Toast

    Toast Member

    Nov 5, 2017
    I’ll second the thanks- just had the regulators replaced in my model 3 with mobile service (I hadn’t had issues- but apparently some recall issue with them not being fully waterproff)

    But the auto close wasn’t working- just did what you said and working like a charm

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