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Old Jul 19th, 2018, 17:15   #21
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None of the buttons/ignition/fuses techniques worked on my 06 185,
A reset with the DICE did the job though
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Old Jul 19th, 2018, 17:18   #22
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Never worked on mine either, I had to have it reset on Vida Dice and it's been fine since
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Old Dec 8th, 2018, 21:29   #23
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Weird... MY08 S60 D5 185hp
Had to use the b4st4rd love child of Gmonag & (kind of) MarmiteSpreader's methods.
Remember using a fuse-pull method on my previous MY06 S60 D5 185hp & it worked. Thought I'd try Gmonag's easy-peasy method. Didn't work...
So set Window into Auto-Up & pulled fuse #4 (front RH). Turned off & pulled key. Waited 30 secs. Reinsert fuse, reinsert key, turn to pos2....
Manual Up n Down worked, but Auto Up n Down... NOTHING!!!

Did Gmonags Down n Up, hold for 10 secs, pull key whilst holding button. Reinsert & set key to pos 2. Windows auto reset, & now work fine.
THANKS GUYS!!

Now... Can anyone tell me why, when I try to replace the drivers side Fuse Cover, it's such a tw4t to pop back on, no matter how much I wiggle & align it, & the bl00dy fuse puller & random spare fuses pop off the fuse cover, either into the road, or worse - inside the dash. Then I have to spend ages on my back, remove the access panel in the footwell to get the fuse puller out (and the random spare fuses). CRAP DESIGN FUSE COVER VOLVO!!!....
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Old May 15th, 2019, 19:16   #24
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Try this:

1. Engage the auto-down function and remove fuse 11C/5 (for driver's side) or 11C/4 (for passenger side) (located in the driver's side dash fusebox) during window movement.

2. Install fuse back into position.

3. Engage the auto-up function and hold it engaged for 5 seconds after the window has reached the fully closed position.

4. Verify window is now working properly.

5. If this procedure does not work, a scan tool that can access the Passenger Door Module (PDM) and Drivers Door Module (DDM) will be needed.
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The auto up or down function will be engaged if the button is pulled to the second step. The first step is for manual operation. This procedure can be used for driver and passenger windows.


1. Ignition on pos.II
2. With fingers on the fuse puller on fuse#5 (LH door module) initiated Auto-up driver's window with LH door module button.
3. As soon as window reached top (and before it started to auto-down) pull the fuse.
4. Turned off ignition, and waited 30 seconds.
5. Replaced fuse.
6. Ignition back to pos.II.
7. Tried auto-down, did not work, only manual down worked, used manual down to get window all the way down.
8. Tried auto-up, did not work.
9. Got window to top with manual up.
10. Tried auto-down, worked!
11. Tried auto-up, WORKED!

This may also be required:
After step #9, hold the window switch up for 10 seconds before letting go. After completing this step, auto up/down worked but prior to holding the switch up, the auto up/down did not work.
Thanks marmite spreader this has just got my auto-up working as it should after a few years of it not being as i am too tight to spend 50 to get it plugged in.

Car is a 2005 V70 D5 163bhp.

Thanks again.
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Old May 15th, 2019, 22:56   #25
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I tried everything, problem was with both windows.

Eventually bought a pre-loved Dice/Vida/Laptop setup and voila! - Windows work fine now.

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I tried everything, problem was with both windows.

Eventually bought a pre-loved Dice/Vida/Laptop setup and voila! - Windows work fine now.

Cheers

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I have the same issue.
Can you pls let me know how to fix it with vida.
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In VIDA
  1. Select DIAGNOSTICS tab
  2. Select VEHICLE COMMUNICATION sub-tab
  3. Click on DDM or PDM module on the vehicle graphic (PDM=Passenger Door Module, DDM=Driver Door Module)
  4. Under the vehicle graphic, click Advanced > DDM > Initializing the window position
  5. Click the VCT2000 image to execute the script
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In VIDA
  1. Select DIAGNOSTICS tab
  2. Select VEHICLE COMMUNICATION sub-tab
  3. Click on DDM or PDM module on the vehicle graphic (PDM=Passenger Door Module, DDM=Driver Door Module)
  4. Under the vehicle graphic, click Advanced > DDM > Initializing the window position
  5. Click the VCT2000 image to execute the script
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