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n/s/f window/ sunroof
« on: 24 June 2010, 15:27:30 »

help me please my omega n/s front window is strange lol

right to start the one touch works fine and it go's up and down all day long but for some strange reason it won't close with the rest when i hold the lock button on the remote

now the sunroof is even worse it opens and closes but also has a mind of its own driving or sitting parked up it will move all on its own and once again won't close with the remote when held

any thoughts

thanks mark

sorry just noticed wrong area
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #1 on: 24 June 2010, 23:01:49 »

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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #2 on: 25 June 2010, 10:24:46 »

cheers jimbob

any thoughts anyone ?????????? :-? :-?
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #3 on: 25 June 2010, 10:44:39 »

The sunroof having a mind of its own is quite an easy thing to sort mate :y
Not sure actually if there is a "How Too" in the maintence section...
But there is a small disc that gets dirty usually cleaning this disc sorts that :y It is under the roof switch assembly.

You need to stand quite close to the car for the windows and roof to shut with the close button on the fob, have you tried that? :)
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #4 on: 25 June 2010, 11:11:55 »

Have you tried resyncing the key ?? Key in, ignition on, press lock, unlock.

Also .. when was the last time the keyfob batteries were replaced  ? tired batteries could well affect the ability to do the windows ??

Might work, nowt to lose .. :)
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #5 on: 26 June 2010, 09:06:38 »

cheers i wil check the sunroof but with the window it is the only one and the sunroof that don't close on the remote shut

and i can't believe they all have there own little recievers that would be insane not to mention an unearthly costing even for mass production



so back to the thinking caps again  :)
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #6 on: 26 June 2010, 13:14:08 »

I think the window closing using the key depends on the single press closure working.

Does the offending window close itself after a short press of the button or do you have to hold the button until it has closed?
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #7 on: 26 June 2010, 18:41:55 »

yeap the one touch works on all windows
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #8 on: 26 June 2010, 19:16:52 »

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I think the window closing using the key depends on the single press closure working.

Does the offending window close itself after a short press of the button or do you have to hold the button until it has closed?
Oops, sorry, just realised that you gave that info in the original post :-[

I wonder how the central locking module is interfaced to the windows? Somewhere the single "close window" signal from the locking module must divide into 5 signals for the 4 windows + sunroof  :-/
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Re: n/s/f window/ sunroof
« Reply #9 on: 26 June 2010, 19:26:44 »

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I think the window closing using the key depends on the single press closure working.

Does the offending window close itself after a short press of the button or do you have to hold the button until it has closed?
Oops, sorry, just realised that you gave that info in the original post :-[

I wonder how the central locking module is interfaced to the windows? Somewhere the single "close window" signal from the locking module must divide into 5 signals for the 4 windows + sunroof  :-/

could do spose now where do you start with that needle in haystack  ;D
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