changed battery,now auto windows wont go up themselves.

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Asked by Dec 25, 2012 at 11:55 AM about the 2007 Pontiac G6 GT Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

battery went dead. installed new one. now when doors are opened, then closed they don't go back up by themselves.

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Sounds like some part of a computer needs to be reset. There are so many computers in todays cars. Check your manual or go online to get more info.

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Try cycling each window full down and up.

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worked for me, cycle them up and down two times

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Cycled about four times. Ready to go now.

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Same problem....same solution.....thanks

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What worked for me was turn key to acc cycle window twice. leave window completely close, then turn key off then back to acc. Open door then shut the door should work

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Windows up and down twice worked for me thanks!!!!

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Service ESC service tire monitor service airbag and brake fluid keeps coming on.. What's wrong with my car

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My son's G6 GT had the same problem. I remembered he had to buy a new battery, read these posts, put 2 + 2 together and fixed his problem by cycling the windows full down and up twice in the ACC position of the ignition key. Problem fixed.

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Cycled up & down twice....work perfectly now....Thank You all.....

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