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My passenger side front window can no longer be controlled from the driver's side. All the other windows work fine. Is there a switch, fuse, relay which may have flipped? Strange thing is that this happened immediately after I ran the battery down by leaving a dome light on. After the jump start the passenger window stopped working. It works fine from the passenger side switch.

Any ideas? I'd rather avoid a trip to the dealer if possible.

Thanks.
 

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My passenger side front window can no longer be controlled from the driver's side. All the other windows work fine. Is there a switch, fuse, relay which may have flipped? Strange thing is that this happened immediately after I ran the battery down by leaving a dome light on. After the jump start the passenger window stopped working. It works fine from the passenger side switch.



Any ideas? I'd rather avoid a trip to the dealer if possible.



Thanks.


In the event that your battery died, you may need to reset the windows.
There a few YouTube videos on how to do it


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See the 2015 Owners Manual, page 2-36 ... or any one of the literally dozens of previous threads on this topic. Search is indeed your friend.
 

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It just unbelievable! Research, reading, opening a Manual is becoming obsolete.

Laughing at oneself and with others is good for the Soul!
 

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Thank you. I apologize for neglecting to read the manual or searching the forum.
 

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Maybe this topic should be a sticky. It does come up pretty often.
 

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It just unbelievable! Research, reading, opening a Manual is becoming obsolete.
Yes it is.
I know I am a lot more comfortable sitting in this chair knowing I can get either find an answer here or get someone to answer it for me than I would be digging out the manual, trying to find the right page, and then struggling to read the small print with my aging eyeballs.

Not to mention people who have hands-on experience with whatever it is I am looking for generally give a better answer or explanation than the stuffy lawyer-approved text usually found in any manual.
 
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