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One touch auto up/down window control not working

Discussion in 'Model 3: Interior & Exterior' started by Cadenz, Apr 1, 2018.

  1. Cadenz

    Cadenz Member

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    Has anyone else had issues with any of their model 3 windows not working with the one touch auto up/down control? I just noticed that my rear right window does not respond to the one touch command to fully close or open the window. I only saw one other person mention it in a forum search. Has anyone by chance reported it to an SC and got a simple fix for it? Maybe some sort of recalibration command?
     
  2. doubleatheman

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    Are you possibly pressing and holding down too long? I notice last night this happened on my dad's Model 3 if I pressed and held down more than 2/3rds of a second it would just stop. For auto roll down just give it a quick hard Jab and it will work. This does seem like a software defect.
     
  3. Cadenz

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    I've tried both quickly pressing or holding the button, nothing works. The other 3 windows work as intended. At least it's the only minor hardware problem with my car other than the random software bugs I've noticed.
     
  4. Zaphod

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    Does that window still auto lower when the door is opened? usually the calibration procedure is push and hold the button while the window goes down. Wait a few seconds then pull the button and hold it while it goes up and hold a few seconds once up. Might be something in the manual.
     
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  5. Cadenz

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    Thank you! That actually worked, saved me one less thing to worry about.
     
  6. Zaphod

    Zaphod Galaxy President (former)

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    Cool, glad it was able to fix your issue! Maybe I should be a Tesla service tech :p
     
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    Old topic I know, but today my drivers window one touch stopped working. Found this, recalibrated my window, now it’s working again. So thanks!
     
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    Thankful I found this post. My front driver’s side and rear passenger side one touch stopped working. Followed this top to recalibrate and it fixed both the first time. Thank you.
     
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