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#1 apollogary

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 07:21 PM

Had to replace my battery today. Nice easy 5 minute job... not. Tried to reset my one-touch afterwards. Front windows, easy, couple of seconds. But the rear windows will not reset. I spent best part of an hour messing about with them. Even tried disconnecting battery again and leaving for a while.
Anyone had this before?
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#2 costeau

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 03:00 PM

I haven't heard about this, and as you've got a Ghia, you should deffo have the one-touch on the rear windows as well, yeah.

One of these two methods should work for you, but I'm not sure which one, as I can't remember which one I used when I needed to fix it myself:
http://www.fordwiki....dows_-_Activate
http://www.fordwiki....ch_Window_Reset

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#3 apollogary

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 08:00 PM

Thanks. Iv'e tried all that. My Ford mate reckons it might need plugging into IDS to reset them
Very strange

2008 2.0 TDCI Ghia Auto in Kelp
18" alloys, full biscuit leather,8 way electric climate seats, sunroof, NX nav, voice, keyless start, F & R PDC, TPMS, privacy glass
Mods.
Facelift convers+. Rear door roller blinds. Rear footwell lights. Rear Ambient lighting. USB, bluetooth & BT streaming. Memory drivers seat and mirrors. Auto folding mirrors with indicators. Door warning lights front and rear. Variable heated rear seats. PTC electric heater. Facelift front and rear bumpers and bonnet with DRLs and  headlight washers. Facelift tailgate and rear LED lights. 
Keyless Entry. Power child locks, Cooled glove box, Air Quality Sensor, Facelift MCA2 with 9 speakers, DAB and Ford rear view camera. Facelift upper and centre console trims and upper door panel trims in walnut.
Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Alert & Hill Launch Assist. Xenon Lights. Interactive Vehicle Dynamic Control. Electric Park Brake, Rear Seat Entertainment, 13 pin Detachable Tow Bar and Module 

 

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#4 4titx

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 08:47 PM

Try leaving the battery diconnected a little longer just to make sure everything that holds a charge discharges.
LEDs, whats your Watts.
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#5 apollogary

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 08:58 PM

Left it disconnected for about 4 hours. Not using it this week so I guess I could leave it a couple of days disconnected and see if that fixes it

2008 2.0 TDCI Ghia Auto in Kelp
18" alloys, full biscuit leather,8 way electric climate seats, sunroof, NX nav, voice, keyless start, F & R PDC, TPMS, privacy glass
Mods.
Facelift convers+. Rear door roller blinds. Rear footwell lights. Rear Ambient lighting. USB, bluetooth & BT streaming. Memory drivers seat and mirrors. Auto folding mirrors with indicators. Door warning lights front and rear. Variable heated rear seats. PTC electric heater. Facelift front and rear bumpers and bonnet with DRLs and  headlight washers. Facelift tailgate and rear LED lights. 
Keyless Entry. Power child locks, Cooled glove box, Air Quality Sensor, Facelift MCA2 with 9 speakers, DAB and Ford rear view camera. Facelift upper and centre console trims and upper door panel trims in walnut.
Adaptive Cruise Control, Forward Alert & Hill Launch Assist. Xenon Lights. Interactive Vehicle Dynamic Control. Electric Park Brake, Rear Seat Entertainment, 13 pin Detachable Tow Bar and Module 

 

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#6 4titx

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 09:09 PM

Crumbs, if 4 hours didnt do it!!!
LEDs, whats your Watts.
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