I have a 2009 G37S convertible. I had a new battery put in and I'm running into a problem I had when I first got the car. The windows drop down and won't go back up when I open the doors.
How can I reset the windows? The
dealership did it in 5 seconds. I just
hate to have to take time out of work
to go there for them to fix it.
This is a common problem when retained power is lost. You will need to perform the following procedure, it’s real simple and resolves this issue. That can occur if the battery is drained and is easily reset.--- 1. Push the ignition switch to the ON position.--- 2. Close the door.--- 3. Open the window completely by operating the power window switch.-- 4. Pull the power window switch and hold it to close the window, and then hold the switch more than 3 seconds after the window is closed completely.--- 5. Release the power window switch. Operate the window by the automatic function to confirm the initialization is complete. --- 6. Perform steps 2 through 5 above for other windows.
Awesome!! It worked, fixed in a total of 15 secs.. Thank you..
Glad I could help.
Door on g37 Infiniti will not open when pushing button and intelligent key is. close by
Yay! it worked! Thanks!
This is great. Had the battery changed on Monday and had same problem. Worked like a charm on my 2009 G37 coupe.
I did the steps but door window comes down 1/4
This solved my problem when the window would not close completely after closing the door.
Hi Steve, I have a g37 2009 convertable and the top started to get stuck and now it is stuck opened. I did the hare reset by disconnecting the neg terminal on the battery. It did not work. I read that maybe the battery is going? It does NOT make any noise when I hold down the open and close button? Any suggestions?
I have a 2009 g37 hardtop convertible, something is draining the battery, I think the top becomes in locked while sitting, then it starts beeping twice. Ideas?
Thank you dandyoun!! Helped me 2 years later with my 2009 g37x. Thank u for sharing the information!! One Love
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