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My 97 DB7 is having problems retaining the up and down window limit settings after I program them using the up and down switches on the center console. The shop manual says this is controlled by the window control units located inside the door. I checked the parts manual and spoke to the local Aston parts dept all to no avail.
Can anyone provide me a part number for the unit or assembly it may be a part of? Or, if there's a trouble shooting method or other means to remedy the situation it would be greatly appreciated.

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My 97 DB7 is having problems retaining the up and down window limit settings after I program them using the up and down switches on the center console. The shop manual says this is controlled by the window control units located inside the door. I checked the parts manual and spoke to the local Aston parts dept all to no avail.
Can anyone provide me a part number for the unit or assembly it may be a part of? Or, if there's a trouble shooting method or other means to remedy the situation it would be greatly appreciated.

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What condition is your vehicle battery in matey??? as it could be losing charge hence losing the settings of the window drops etc and ups.

Just a thought before you go spending a fortune on something it could NOT be.

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You battery voltage is too low, are you using a conditioner (like a CTEC)?

My windows did a similar thing before I discovered I had to plug it in between drives.
 

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I have found that it is difficult to have car BORROWED,if
you fit a kill switch in the boot.Also once up to its right voltage
it will not drop when switch fitted.
Got to be worth the small inconvenience.???
 
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