Reset rear window

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Asked by Apr 19, 2017 at 12:07 PM about the 2011 Toyota Avalon Limited

Question type: General

I replaced my car battery and my rear windows
doesn't go up or down but my front ones do, how
can I reset my rear windows where I can control
them from my driver side door

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Quite frankly I'm surprised that the Windows were all that you lost, on late model vehicles if you don't use a preset saver tool before disconnecting the main power source the body control computer will loose all the factory presets, and if that happens the only place to get it restored is the dealership. I my area it runs about a hundred bucks to get it reflashed. So unless you backed up the BCM on an external hard drive before you unhooked the battery there is no way to get them back other than going to the dealer, tell them what you did and the out come. Check the owners manual, there should have been a warning in there about battery replacement.

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