Did they say what they recalibrated? Mine was doing this on occasion a few weeks back (chugging at 400-600rpm for about 5 seconds before catching) but it hasn't done it since.... My car is well outside warranty, so I'm wary of going to a main dealer without knowing what to ask them to do, especially as the problem hasn't happened recently.Yobbo said:Main dealer recalibrated it under warranty and now its fine. Indeed its running smoother than it ever has done.
For each of the windows, wind them down and then wind them up and keep the switch held for 5 seconds once they reach their top most position. Not sure if the sunroof is the same.... I can't remember :}mondeojimbo said:how do you reset the windows
see! :whistling: :LYobbo said:They didn't say what they did specifically apart from a 'recalibration' but it does seem much better and it is significantly quieter. They didn't remove the battery lead as when they did this on two previous occasions I had to reset various things like windows and the display preferences and they were all okay this time
It's the 1-touch operation. The top of the window's travel is stored somewhere in the ECU/convenience unit and loses its memory when the battery is disconnectedderv said:Sorry, but...why would a window need resetting? lol, am I missing something here?
Off topic, meh