After I got back my Volvo V50 from a garage – front passenger window wouldn’t auto-close. After doing some digging in World Wide Web aka internet, I stumble upon quite a lot of forum posts, that explained the steps to successfully calibrate window and fix this problem. Mainly I used steps from this post. Here are the steps, that worked for me, hope it helps:
- Find the fuse box. In Volvo V50 there are two fuse boxes – one in the engine compartment, other in the passenger compartment. In our case, we will need the one, that is in the passenger compartment.
- Locate the fuse for the affected door module. This list will help you a lot. In my case the fuse, that I needed to use was: #82 / Power window and door lock – front passenger’s side door / 25A
- After you locate the right one close the affected window. Make sure car is ON (position II) or running (position III).
- Open the affected window, and while the window is moving down, remove the fuse for the door module.
- Wait few seconds and then insert the fuse back in place.
- Close the affected window by holding the switch all the way up (as if you were using the auto-up function) and hold the switch in the auto-up position at least 5 seconds after the window closes.
- Test the auto-down and auto-up function – it should be working now!
Hope it helps.
Thanks for the original post – https://andrewpeng.net/cars/2006-volvo-xc90-v8-awd/xc90-automatic-window-problems and fuses list with amperage – http://www.volvohowto.com/volvo-s40v50-2004-to-2013-fuses-list-and-amperage/