Hi all, If I lower the drivers side window fully, it then will not close. It starts to close, then immediately stops and reverses direction. The odd thing is that if I switch off the engine/ignition, then the window will happily rise again and close. I have looked on here and on the internet generally, and I have so far looking for any obstruction and lubricated the window guides (no difference) and I have also tried the reset procedure I found (no difference). Anyone know what the problem is? - - - Updated - - - This is the procedure I found. Step 8 is very confusing because according to previous steps the window should already be lowered. Anyway, it didn't work. REPAIR PROCEDURE NOTE: You must perform the manual reset from the power window switch at the affected window. 1. Turn the ignition switch ON. 2. Lower the window all the way down with the power window switch. 3. Open the affected door. NOTE: Perform steps 4 through 7 within 5 seconds of each step. Perform these steps a total of four times in a row. These steps clear the control unit’s memory. 4, Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position. 5. Push down and hold the power window switch. 6. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position. 7. Release the power window switch. Make sure that the auto-up feature doesn’t work. If it does, perform steps 4 through 7 again, paying close attention to the 5-second time limit for up to three more times for each series of steps. 8. Lower the window all the way down using the power window switch. 9. Pull up and hold the power window switch until the window goes all the way up, then keep holding the switch for 1 second. Make sure that the auto-up/down feature works correctly by lowering and raising the window with the power window switch. If it does not work correctly, repeat the manual reset several times, paying close attention to the 5-second time limit. If it still does not work, troubleshoot the power window circuit.