I have a 2007 Corvette. The windows automatically seal ( up about a 1/4 inch) when you close the door. However my driver side window doesn't seal up until about 3 minutes into the drive. Do you know why the delay? Broke?

Asked by May 24, 2017 at 12:33 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

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u need to index it,, turn the ingnition on but do not start roll the window all the way up and hold the button up for 3 sec after the window in all the was up might have to do it twice

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Its a common Winter problem for us in the North. Battery drains due to not using our babies. This is normal since the computer and other items will use some battery power. When that happens the indexing needs to be reset. It is in the manual, but any of the instructions here will do just fine. Just to add: Look at other settings on the car like your radio. If your battery went low enough to affect the indexing, I'm certain other stuff needs adjustment; like the radio clock. You need to get a battery tender (not a charger) if the car will stay idle for extended periods. Get whatever brand you feel comfortable with. I think the Corvette "branded" ones are in the $ 100 range but any good, name brand tender will do the job.

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