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Hi anyone has similar experience with this (annoying) behavior, if it's true?

  • Driving, my (driver side) window is somewhat open (down) and I want to close it.
  • Move the button UP as it's supposed to.
  • The window goes DOWN instead!

It happens at least once a day for me, and when I try to immediately reproduce it (thinking it might be me / my finger pushing down initially in that split second, which has a 50% likelihood...), I can never do it again in the moment...
 

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Hi anyone has similar experience with this (annoying) behavior, if it's true?

  • Driving, my (driver side) window is somewhat open (down) and I want to close it.
  • Move the button UP as it's supposed to.
  • The window goes DOWN instead!

It happens at least once a day for me, and when I try to immediately reproduce it (thinking it might be me / my finger pushing down initially in that split second, which has a 50% likelihood...), I can never do it again in the moment...
Mine does the exact same thing and I assume it to be from new window rubbers with tight tolerance ? It's weird when you push window up and it goes down isn't it :ROFLMAO: It is getting better and doing it less as I get some more miles and use in it so I think it will work itself out in time. Thanks for the Reset Vid GTI, thats helpful and I'll try it (y)

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Ok be honest how many open the back window instead of the front window ? At first I'd say 80% of the time, its still a 50/50 shot which window im opening, LOL. Just seems like the buttons should be a little further back
 

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Hi anyone has similar experience with this (annoying) behavior, if it's true?

  • Driving, my (driver side) window is somewhat open (down) and I want to close it.
  • Move the button UP as it's supposed to.
  • The window goes DOWN instead!

It happens at least once a day for me, and when I try to immediately reproduce it (thinking it might be me / my finger pushing down initially in that split second, which has a 50% likelihood...), I can never do it again in the moment...
Yes! Mine does the exact same thing and it's been getting more frequent! Service tells me that warranty doesn't cover intermittent problems - it has to FAIL!
Doesn't "FAIL" mean that something doesn't work? Because they for sure don't work the way they're supposed to!
Hopefully more people see this and chime in.
 
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