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Mind of it Owns Windows

Hello,

I have noticed a weird glitch in the past month of December 2021. Sometimes when I close my MY's front driver's side door, the other 3 door windows will retract about 4 inches on their own. Then I have to roll them back up. I am not sure what would be causing this issue at all. Anyone else with a similar issue, searched the forums but I have not found a solution. Most likely a Tesla service ticket.

Thank you.
 
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Last weekend my driver window kept not going up all the way. I had to fight it and keep pressing up until it went up all the way. It took a few tries. This was a first but it's still on an old version. Zero updates for our MYLR so far.
I've had this one too, but only when going over bumps. I think the weight of the glass triggers the obstruction 'sensor' (probably a current surge limit or something). I wonder if the software is set for single weight glass, and I have double in the front.
 
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Last weekend my driver window kept not going up all the way. I had to fight it and keep pressing up until it went up all the way. It took a few tries. This was a first but it's still on an old version. Zero updates for our MYLR so far.
I wonder what is going on, I am trying to get a recording video proof but it happens so randomly that I haven't been able to get the recording. I wonder if I record the time and date, so the service team can see a log showing my windows rolled down. In your case I wonder what else it could be!
 
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I have no idea how this happened. Just closed the driver side window and cracked? 30006A2A-81D8-4EC2-8241-A6C4FC283C46.jpeg
 

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