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Old 03-29-2021, 11:57 AM #16
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Awesome. Glad that fixed it. Worked out good that my friend had this same issue and i helped him with it. It was literally just a month or two ago that we worked on his.
Hello VW_lx450
Do you reckon this fix would work on a 5th Gen SR5?
I have the same problem since I disconnected the battery. Tried the 'normalization' per User manual, but the window won't go down all the way, and when it goes up the anti-jam kicks in at the top and it's straight back down to half way every time!
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Im not sure. That sounds like a different issue than what we were dealing with. His truck thought the key had the switch turned in the hatch and wouldnt let the dash or keyfob button work. Yours sounds like an issue where it doesnt know what position the window is in.
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Im not sure. That sounds like a different issue than what we were dealing with. His truck thought the key had the switch turned in the hatch and wouldnt let the dash or keyfob button work. Yours sounds like an issue where it doesnt know what position the window is in.
Hello WV_lx450
I agree my 2016 SR5 doesn't have a clue what position the window is in!
Any ideas on how to tell it?
I've tried the 'normalization' procedure given in the Owners Manual but no joy!
Tried many other options too - all sorts of 'hacks' I found on YouTube - but still no joy!!
All advice gratefully received.
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Hello WV_lx450
I agree my 2016 SR5 doesn't have a clue what position the window is in!
Any ideas on how to tell it?
I've tried the 'normalization' procedure given in the Owners Manual but no joy!
Tried many other options too - all sorts of 'hacks' I found on YouTube - but still no joy!!
All advice gratefully received.
Cheers, David H
David,

If you haven't done so already, I recommend that you also post your issues/questions in the 5th Gen forum section, there's a much better chance of someone having dealt with the same issue there on their 5th Gen than here and hopefully can tell you how to solve the issues
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David,

If you haven't done so already, I recommend that you also post your issues/questions in the 5th Gen forum section, there's a much better chance of someone having dealt with the same issue there on their 5th Gen than here and hopefully can tell you how to solve the issues
Hello AuSeeker

Thanks for your advice.

I've posted a new thread on the 5th Gen Forum, ('2016 SR5 - Power Back Window Problem - Help!') and have my fingers crossed someone there has the solution for me!

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