So as I left the dealer, my ac started blowing cold air again. The last screw to remove should be located right behind the door lever what you pull to open the door. The cables easily remove from the cable track. It's all basic after that. There is a screw from the bottom of the door that holds the junk holder in the door. I think something is starting to seem fishy.
Use a small flat bladed screw driver, and I believe that it pops out from the hinge-end of the door. What caused the need for the reset? Gently pull the screwdriver up; the switch box will come off. Window lift motors do not have a reset. Need to fix something, we're here to help. It reminded me of a little trick that saved us a trip to the dealer. Then lift the panel up and off the door. Pull the in … terior door latch handle to see the screw that needs to be removed.
To get my windows on track I went to a junk yard and to … ok the track guides off of the cars they had there, get as many as you can never know if you'll need em again or in case you brake one putting it in. Difficult to get the clip off without it flying on you so be ready to catch it with your other hand. Use a small flat bladed screw driver, and it pops out from the hinge-end of the door. Remove the armrest padding by pulling up on it firmly. Pop out the 3 clips on each side of the door panel left, bottom, and right.
The motor will have two cables coming from it. At the end of the track you'll need to get a somewhat large flat-head to pry the bottom corner of the track out a little so you can either slide or tap it out. To reset the window motor: 1. Now on your window at the bottom you'll see your track quide, it will most likely be broken in two sitting in the metal track. Disconnect the door light cable at the bottom of the door.
This will allow you access to the inside of the door where the mechanisms are. Don't forget to remove the plug from that light- It hooks me every time! This procedure worked for me straight away as I hope it will for you should you have this annoying problem. Ok, good find on the reset info, but did the film cover the bottom edge of the glass after following this procedure? Insert thin flat screwdriver at those points and push down to pry the tabs up to undo them and it slides off. You'll see the c-clip that holds it on. Basically released the reset button a few seconds after the window was down using manual mode and then pulled it up.
Operate the window by the automatic function to confirm the initialization is complete. It is just clipped in so should come out relatively easily sliding it up at the back and then pulling it back. Chevy has a stud and clip design that the panel just locks right into- very few screws are required. It is a switch that is only on when you are pressing it otherwise when released it is off. Problem: The front window driver side automatically re-opens a couple of inches down after using the auto-close option. The window lift motor for Infiniti G35 works with the regulator to move the window up and down.
I brought it in today and they preceded to tell me that it is now the compressor. I have to hit the area where the motor is located on the door in order to get it to start moving, sometimes I will be there for hours trying to roll up my window when I leave the car. I hope someone knows something about this. The G35 has a history of window failures and several G's have been sent back to the dealership for warranty work. Using a flat-head screw-driver, pop up the soft ends of the handle and you'll find your 2 screws. It went down fine, but I had to hold the switch to raise the glass.
If the auto-close option reverses after detecting the soft obstacle, then test passed. The Window Glass should partially move down. This must be peeled of to expose the next screw to be removed. Fortunately, there weren't any clearance, weather, or pressure issues. But before you take your G to get serviced, you can try to reset it. If a second try still doesn't remedy the situation it may require dealer service after all.