Collision Position Statement
Power Window Servicing Post-Repair
To: Collision Repair Industry
position statement: Power Window Servicing Post-Repair
Nissan vehicles are equipped with power window features that include “Auto-Up” Operation, as well as an “Anti-Reverse” feature. Any time the following repair operations occur these two features need to be initialized before releasing the vehicle back to the owner:
- Disconnection and connection of 12V battery cable from negative terminal.
- When main power window and door lock/unlock switch replaced.
- Electric power supply to main power window and door lock/unlock switch or front power window motor is interrupted by blown fuse or disconnection and connection of the negative terminal of 12V battery, etc.
- Disconnection and connection of main power window and door lock/unlock switch harness connector.
- Removal of front power window motor from regulator assembly.
- Operation of regulator assembly as an independent unit.
- Removal and installation of glass.
- Removal and installation of door glass run.
Failure to adhere to these guidelines could result in the power windows not functioning as originally intended. Please refer to the proper service manual for details on how to initialize these features.
For additional information, reference service manual section “PWC”.
Nissan New Vehicle Limited Warranty and Limited Warranty on replacement parts do not apply to any parts other than new Genuine Nissan Original Equipment Parts.
Nissan will not be responsible for any subsequent repair costs associated with a vehicle and/or part failure caused by the use of parts other than new Genuine Nissan Original Equipment Parts.
Refer to the Electronic Service Manual (ESM) prior to any repair or replacement being performed. Information specific to each model may be found at https://www.nissan-techinfo.com.
For additional collision repair information: http://www.oemrepairinfo.ca/