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Hi everybody
When I open the conductor door
The window go down a little bit
But when I close the door back the window does not go up
 

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Turn on the ignition key. If the radio and other windows are working, you’re all set to fixing the stuck power window.
Press and hold the window switch in a closed position. Keep the button depressed and push the side that closes the window.
Open and slam the car door while the window button is depressed. Try it a few times until the window opens.
If it does not work, close the door and find the door panel to check for areas in contact with the sheet metal inside the door.
With the power window button depressed, hit the area with your fist or some blunt object. Be careful not to damage your door or hurt yourself.
Hopefully, the car window will roll up this time. Leave it until you’re ready to fix it.
If it did not work, there might be a problem with the switch, window motor, or fuse. At this point, the best thing to do is to take your car to a mechanic.

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this does not look to be stuck (as it goes down), sounds more like an indexing reset. Not sure how to do it in the Lambo, but on my corvette is close the door, and then raise the window with the switch and hold it until it beeps.
 

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If the window goes down when you open the door, and then it does not go up, that could also be a sticky door lock microswitch. There is a little switch inside the door lock, which is in charge of operating that behavior in the window:
  • When the switch is released (i.e. when the door lock is closed), then the window go all the way up
  • When the switch is depressed (i.e. when the door lock is open), then the window will go down a bit to allow opening/closing the door without having the window and the trim overlapping
I had the opposite happening to my 996: the window wouldn't go down when the door was opened, so when closing the door, the window would overlap with the trim. Turns out that my microswitch was too worn, and when the lock was open, it would not make enough contact with the switch to depress it, and thus, the windows would stay up.
Solution was to remove the door lock, and replace the microswitch with a new one. Literally a 2 euro fix.
 

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If the window goes down when you open the door, and then it does not go up, that could also be a sticky door lock microswitch. There is a little switch inside the door lock, which is in charge of operating that behavior in the window:
  • When the switch is released (i.e. when the door lock is closed), then the window go all the way up
  • When the switch is depressed (i.e. when the door lock is open), then the window will go down a bit to allow opening/closing the door without having the window and the trim overlapping
I had the opposite happening to my 996: the window wouldn't go down when the door was opened, so when closing the door, the window would overlap with the trim. Turns out that my microswitch was too worn, and when the lock was open, it would not make enough contact with the switch to depress it, and thus, the windows would stay up.
Solution was to remove the door lock, and replace the microswitch with a new one. Literally a 2 euro fix.
Ok i will Check this
I hope it’s the same problem
 
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