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2000-2008 Nissan Maxima Power Window Reset Procedure

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why would you do this ?
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why would you do this ?
If you replaced the window motor, regulator or the window not closing with the auto function.
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Oh, thank you. My passenger front just won't go back up after you roll it down unless you beat on the panel.
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Oh, thank you. My passenger front just won't go back up after you roll it down unless you beat on the panel.
That's probably the motor. Only windows with the "AUTO" mode can be reset.
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thank you.
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Does the motor come with the regulator and all ? Description's kinda sketchy.

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