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Old 26 Oct 2006, 12:50 pm
Ci
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Default 03 Pilot auto window problem

Hi,

I just put a new battery in my Pilot. Now the
"auto" feature of the driver's side window is no
longer operational - never had a problem before
changing batteries.

Are these possibly related? Is there an easy fix?

Thanks for any advice.

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Old 26 Oct 2006, 03:36 pm
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Ci wrote:

> I just put a new battery in my Pilot. Now the
> "auto" feature of the driver's side window is no
> longer operational - never had a problem before
> changing batteries.
>
> Are these possibly related? Is there an easy fix?
>


Yes, it is an easy fix. I don't remember the exact process, but it has
something to do with holding the button to fully lower the window and
the holding the button to fully raise the window. I also don't
remember if this is in the owner's manual.

Yes, it is battery related. The only Honda that I have experience with
where this didn't occur is my '04 Accord Coupe. It affected my '05
Civic Si and '03 Element.

bob z.

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Old 26 Oct 2006, 05:26 pm
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Default Re: 03 Pilot auto window problem

Ci wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I just put a new battery in my Pilot. Now the "auto" feature of the
> driver's side window is no longer operational - never had a problem
> before changing batteries.
>
> Are these possibly related? Is there an easy fix?
>
> Thanks for any advice.
>

------------------------------------

It's in your owner's manual. They thought of everything.

'Curly'

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Old 26 Oct 2006, 07:58 pm
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bob zee wrote:
> Ci wrote:
>
>
>>I just put a new battery in my Pilot. Now the
>>"auto" feature of the driver's side window is no
>>longer operational - never had a problem before
>>changing batteries.
>>
>>Are these possibly related? Is there an easy fix?
>>

>
>
> Yes, it is an easy fix. I don't remember the exact process, but it has
> something to do with holding the button to fully lower the window and
> the holding the button to fully raise the window. I also don't
> remember if this is in the owner's manual.
>
> Yes, it is battery related. The only Honda that I have experience with
> where this didn't occur is my '04 Accord Coupe. It affected my '05
> Civic Si and '03 Element.
>
> bob z.


That was easy, thanks a lot. It actually is in the
owner's manual. The part I was not doing is when
the window goes back up, you have to hold the
button up for about 2 more seconds after it is
completely closed. Thanks again
>


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