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      Issue with S60 passenger window auto-up

      Hello all,
      wondering if someone can help me, both my windows work correctly, except that the passenger side window won't go up automatically, I have tried every reset procedure I can find, including pulling the fuse. Any advice would be appreciated. Model is 2002 S60 SE
      Thanks in advance!
      -J

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      https://www.volvoxc.com/forums/showt...065#post133065

      1. Engage the auto-down function and remove fuse 11C/5 (for driver's side) or 11C/4 (for passenger side) (located in the driver's side dash fusebox) during window movement.

      2. Install fuse back into position.

      3. Engage the auto-up function and hold it engaged for 5 seconds after the window has reached the fully closed position.

      4. Verify window is now working properly.

      5. If this procedure does not work, a scan tool that can access the Passenger Door Module (PDM) and Drivers Door Module (DDM) will be needed.
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      Could you explain which fuse those are? Fuses 4, 5, and 11 are not for the windows on my car, I think it was 15 for the door control module.
      Thanks

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      Quote Originally Posted by JamieEC View Post
      Could you explain which fuse those are? Fuses 4, 5, and 11 are not for the windows on my car, I think it was 15 for the door control module.
      Thanks
      Owners manual for my 09 states fuse 5 is the Drivers Door Module & 4 is the Passenger

      It also states this for your car on the actual fuse panel cover so do what that says.

      If that doesn't work, you may need to scan it with Vida to find a fault
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      Ah yes, it looks like your car's fuses are numbered differently. Here's a link to the owner's manual for you car:
      https://volvo.custhelp.com/app/manua...nual/om_id/720
      Page 190 answers your question.

      Fuses in the passenger compartment
      Fuses are located inside the access panel on the end face of the dashboard. There are also a number of spare fuses.

      No. - Amperage
      1 Left low beam - 10
      2 Right low beam - 10
      3 Headlights, low beams - 15
      4 Headlights, high beams - 20
      5 Power driver's seat - 30
      6 Power passenger seat - 30
      7 Heated seat, front left (option) - 15
      8 Heated seat, front right (option) - 15
      9 ABS - 5
      10
      11.
      12 Headlight wipers (certain models) - 15
      13 Electric socket 12V - 20
      14 Power seat passenger side. Front seat belt buckle - 5
      15 Audio, VNS - 5
      16 Audio - 20
      17 Radio amplifier - 30
      18 Front fog lights - 5
      19 VNS - 10
      20 Transport switch - 5
      21 Automatic transmission, shiftlock - 10
      22 Direction indicators - 20
      23 Light switch module, Switch module, Climate and comfort functions, Diagnostic connector, Steering wheel module - 5
      24 Relay increase X-feed: Climate control, Power driver's seat, Driver info - 10
      25 Ignition switch 30 feed: Central electronic module: 50, S, X, 15 Airbag X, Relay X, Relay 15, Relay Starter motor - 10
      26 Climate control system blower - 30
      27 Central locking system, power windows, front door modules, rear view mirrors - 15
      28 Electronic module - courtesy lighting - 10
      29 Telephone - 10
      30 Parking lights, left front and left rear - 10
      31 Parking lights, right front and right rear, License plate lighting - 10
      32 Central electronic module, Vanity mirror lighting, Power steering, General lighting - 10
      33 Fuel pump - 15
      34 Sun roof - 15
      35 Central locking system, Power windows. Left door mirror - 25
      36 Central locking system, Power windows. Right door mirror - 25
      37 Rear power windows - 30

      Not sure if it will be 27 or 35, but that's what you're looking for. It should get you close enough to figure it out after a couple tries.
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      If the auto mode doesn't work, it may be stuck in the reset procedure. Try having it half open, put the removing clip and keep a hand on the fuse, lower the window in Auto mode (one quick full press on the button) then pull the fuse while the window is moving. Then continue from 0:40

      If this doesn't work, try disconnecting the car battery overnight (may want to have the key in POS II when plugging it back), see if this helps.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Orange View Post
      If the auto mode doesn't work, it may be stuck in the reset procedure. Try having it half open, put the removing clip and keep a hand on the fuse, lower the window in Auto mode (one quick full press on the button) then pull the fuse while the window is moving. Then continue from 0:40

      If this doesn't work, try disconnecting the car battery overnight (may want to have the key in POS II when plugging it back), see if this helps.
      I have tried simmilar methods to this but not identical, I will try this at some point, thanks

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      Unfortunately, none of these work. Is it worth disconnecting battery overnight? What settings will I lose if I do this?
      Thanks for the responses.

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      Worth a try. Have the key in POS II when reconnecting. You should see now lights on the fan speed knob upon reconnecting the battery

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