Then yo … u disconnect the 4 screws holding the ignition switch. After a brief moment of figuring this out you may put it all back together. Nissan needs to fix our nightmare. Some of you may have had this happen, and it really sucks. It's driving me nuts not being able to role window down when I want, especially on such a long commute 5 days a week. At this point you can pull the door panel off by hand. The panel will not fully remove, but will come off a little bit.
The cable spool is what winds up the cables, thus making your window go up, and unwinding them, makes it go down of coarse. Even after glass stops at the fully closed position, keep pulling the switch for 3 seconds or more. Passenger side seat belt has started to stick it will release after a while. Locate the wire harness for the window motor in the upper right corner of the metal door panel. I didnt know this from getting regular oil changes at aroung the 3k marker! If that does not work you may need to take it in for computer scan and reset.
I hope this helps some of you that have had this problem, or are going to have this problem. With the switch out, disconnect the wiring connector and swap in the new switch. I was told by Nissan to manually raise the window to the top and hold the button up for 15 seconds after it gets to the top and it should relearn. Has anyone encountered this problem? The dealer stated that the window motors need to be replaced. At 12,000 miles noise increasing, new feathering now appearing on inside of front tires.
This suspension problem not corrected. Now put everything back together the way you took it apart. The new switch which you ordered will plug into the window switch wiring harness. The result of this is due to burning of oil which the manufacturer has no idea of what causes this! Of course you probably won't get a core refund if your buying a used one. One part of your Nissan 350Z is the Power Window Switch. Maybe ryan can show you the proceedure. The switch itself is likely held into the door panel by spring clips - try prying upwards at the front and back.
I had a few close calls, but didn't break my window, thankfully. I bought my window motor through RockAuto. Now put everything back together the way you took it apart. Take off the old one and replace it with the new one. Only took about 30 seconds. Roar from front suspension under 40 mph. Here's the Reset Procedure: Also, 03-350z, your signature is too large.
Shipping includes delivery confirmation for the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Europe, and more! I kept calling consumer affairs whom kept passing my file around to one rep and another. The way i did it --If your window is not stuck down, secure it using glass suctions, for holding windshields, or i was going to use folded rags and vise grips. Remove the cables that operate the door lock, and opening mechanism. I kept calling consumer affairs whom kept passing my file around to one rep and another. Nissan did not want to do anything about it! Even after glass stops at the fully closed position, keep pulling the switch for 3 seconds or more.
Locate the wire harness for the window motor in the upper right corner of the metal door panel. The current mileage was 112,500 and failure mileage was 100,000. The problem was the windows would not stay up, but I already replaced the window motors that often fail in that type of car. After removing the panel you will need to push the rubber grommet through the panel - the wire is attached to it. Then pull the steering column down as far as it will go.
Disconnect battery negative terminal or power window switch connector. The new ignition switch will have grooves in it so that you can adjust it. . Otherwise I think you may need an entire new harness, unless you want to try and repair the one you cut. Using the fillips head screw driver, remove the screw. What's happening is that your window is getting to the top and triggering the safety mechanism. This operation is unnecessary if the window is already fully open.