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2009 Nissan 370Z
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Rear Wheel Drive, 2 door coupe, Two-Seater
18 mpg city / 26 mpg hwy
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August 11, 2010, 9:38 am

Dewey M

Question: Drivers door glass

on my 2010 370Z Roadster Convertible when you open the drivers door the glass goes down approximately 1/4" but it does not go back up when you close the door. So if you open the door 4 times the glass in now down 2". The passengers side works like it should. What could cause the drivers door glass not to go back up when it closes?

It is under warranty I am just curious as to what it is before taking it in for service!

August 15, 2010, 6:38 pm

Tyler O

It's probably the top closed sensor or maybe a problem with the control unit etc. You should still be under warranty, take it in for service.

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August 16, 2010, 3:49 am

Dewey M

Is under warranty and did take it in. Weird thing is that for one whole day it did this and the day I got to take it in for service all was working as it should.

I guess I will just have to wait for it to completely mess up since even I know ( ASE CERTIFIED ) that you cannot fix something that is not broken!


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