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The power windows on my 06 Mazda6s is not functioning properly. The auto feature does not work on the drivers windows. I cannot lower the passenger window from the driver door switch. I can lower the back two windows. The passenger can lower the passenger window. The rear door switches can lower the rear door windows.

Does anyone have any ideas of where I can find the fault. I have checked all the fuses and they are fine. I do not see any connectors that are loose or disconnected. Any help will be appreciated.
 

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The power windows on my 06 Mazda6s is not functioning properly. The auto feature does not work on the drivers windows. I cannot lower the passenger window from the driver door switch. I can lower the back two windows. The passenger can lower the passenger window. The rear door switches can lower the rear door windows.

Does anyone have any ideas of where I can find the fault. I have checked all the fuses and they are fine. I do not see any connectors that are loose or disconnected. Any help will be appreciated.
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Its an 06, should be under warranty. My guess is you have a faulty drivers side door switch. The lock control module is contained within the door switches I believe. Should be a simple job for any dealership to swap it out.
 

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Had the same prob. You need to sit in the drivers seat and reprogram them. On the main panel you need to hold down the driver side window so it goes all the way down and hold it for an addt 2 secs then go right back up and hold it for an addt 2 secs and do the same for the pass side (on the main panel).
 

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To add more info, though I'm not sure this applies to the standard 6. In the speed6, you have to go to each individual window and do the above procedure before the driver's controls would operate that window. I'm guessings its not neccessary (nor are you having a problem) with the rears since you don't have auto down for them (if I recall correctly)

Disconnected my battery one time, and man this freaked me out...
 

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Had the same prob. You need to sit in the drivers seat and reprogram them. On the main panel you need to hold down the driver side window so it goes all the way down and hold it for an addt 2 secs then go right back up and hold it for an addt 2 secs and do the same for the pass side (on the main panel).
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Thanks everyone, this is exactly what it was. So the Mazda guy lays out the procedure for me. It is as follows:
  1. Open the driver door and leave it open. Make sure all other doors are closed.
  2. Put the key in the ignition and turn it to the on position
  3. Hold the driver window button in the down position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully down
  4. Hold the driver window button in the up position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully up
  5. Do not close the driver door, nor open any other doors
  6. Hold the passenger door window button in the down position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully down
  7. Hold the passenger door window button in the up position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully up
  8. Hold the driver side rear door window button in the down position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully down
  9. Hold the driver side rear door window button in the up position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully up
  10. Hold the passenger side rear door window button in the down position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully down
  11. Hold the passenger side rear door window button in the up position and hold for 3 additional seconds once the window is fully up
  12. Turn the ignition key to the off position
The windows are now programed correctly.
 
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