When I turn the car off with the window up it and exit the vehicle the window does not go up totally. Also when I open the door to enter the vehicle the window does not go down automatically an inch or two like it used to. Is it because the battery is not fully charged? Or do the windows need to be reset somehow?

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Asked by Apr 17, 2014 at 04:36 PM about the 2000 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class SL 500

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Sounds like the windows need to be re-syncronized. 1) switch on the ignition. 2) Pull both the window switches together until the side windows are closed. 3) Hold the switches for 1 to 3 seconds additional and the windows will then be synchronized.

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Bobkat, You're exactly right. Thanks you very much. It worked like a charm. I've asked questions here before and I never waited more than two days for an answer. This site is the best!

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you are welcome, have a good weekend

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