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Window movement during the roof operation

The windows should return to a closed position after you have lowered or raised the roof with no need to press either of the two window buttons up near the roof ones. If that's not the case then read on.

The windows need to be reprogrammed, much like those in the doors if they no longer drop when the door is opened.

To do this it is easy, but you need to program them at the right time within the roof opening or closing sequence.

Opening:
If a window does not return to it's closed position using the roof open button close it/them using the close window button at the top of the screen. Let go of the button when they are closed then press and hold it again, you will hear a series of clunks (like relays) by all the windows, when you do you can let go of the button (it takes no more than 2 seconds).

Closing:
If a window does not return to the closed position using the roof closed button close it/them using the close window button at the top of the screen. Let go of the button when they are closed then press and hold it again, you will hear a series of clunks (like relays) by all the windows, when you do you can let go of the button (it takes no more than 2 seconds).

Now test the roof opening and closing again, all windows should now open and return to their closed position using only the roof open and close buttons.

If the above does not work try it again, it took me a while to get it right.

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Roof replacement is such a difficult task and it need to be done properly so that we need not replace it again and again..
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