How do I fixed Passenger Window going up and down on its own on a 2012 Ford Fusion.

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Asked by Brayden Feb 20, 2019 at 06:27 PM about the 2012 Ford Fusion

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can someone please tell me, how do I fix my
Passenger side window on my 2012 Ford
Fusion? The window keeps rolling up and
down all by itself and I need to fix it now.
Please tell me how I can fix this. Thanks!

3 Answers

did you just put window blinds on front windows if so you have to reset your child protection safety switch

Roll the window all the way up and hold the button for about 5 seconds should reset it

Sage the car. Stop giving rides to transparent people on dark abandoned highways in the middle of the night! :-)

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