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Immo
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Immo Jun 4, 2:14pm - #191840 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Tilburg, The Netherlands
adjusting electric windows

I redid my windows with tinting foil last weekend.
I also changed my front speakers so I figured while the door panel was off, it would be just as easy to just take out the window and tint it in my appartment.

When I put it back I loosened the two round bump-stops to get my window in easier. My problem now is, when I have my window go auto-up it goes down again since there is something that detects (thinks) it closes too far.

You can adjust the window on 5 points.
2 bump-stops and 3 bolts to hold the window.

any hints/tips on how to set the window so it won't go down automatic??
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DiabloGTS
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DiabloGTS Jun 4, 2:21pm - #191841 

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Immo
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Immo Jun 4, 2:53pm - #191842 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Tilburg, The Netherlands
thanks man, that is usefull,
Any ideas why the window goes auto-down?
I assume it's because it thinks there's something stuck in it.

Can that sensor be adjusted too?
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