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|10-15-2012 11:40 PM|
|Big Budgie||Don't think so. The switch has two "down" positions, but only one "up" setting. My last Ford was a P reg JPS Capri. Kinda wondered why I hadn't had another in all these years!|
|10-15-2012 03:26 PM|
|PhilC||Thanks, I will have another go.|
|10-15-2012 07:28 AM|
|dodger||Are you sure that the facility is not there and just needs to be set. Mine has this albeit its a Ghia but I had to set it to one touch, Have a read of the manual.|
|10-14-2012 10:38 PM|
|PhilC||The windows on the Zetec as far as the manual is concerned says that they do have sensors. Strange that the one touch up is not in existence.|
|10-14-2012 04:44 PM|
|Big Budgie||Not sure where the sensors were on my Xantia. If you just put your hand on the top of the glass as it was coming up, it would stop and retract a little. And that was only on the LX. There was the SX, VSX and Exclusive ABOVE that one! Perhaps it just senses an increase in resistance to movement, which would result in increased current draw on the motor and may be what triggers the stop and reverse. Just a thought.|
|10-14-2012 01:29 PM|
Originally Posted by athonycmax View Post
|10-14-2012 10:56 AM|
|athonycmax||Is it only ghia spec that has the one touch up for the drivers window? If it is seems very much like penny pinching, is it achieved by the programming of the cars software?|
|10-14-2012 10:37 AM|
I also find this omission utterly baffling. It's the only car I've ever had (with lecky windows) that didn't have "One touch" on the drivers window. I actually went back to the garage not long after I got it, and complained that it was broken. I was very surprised to be told it didn't have it. After all, it's meant to be the 2nd highest spec in the range, and as such I think it's unforgivable penny pinching! I'd sooner have had that than the useless sun blinds at the rear windows and the "Privacy Glass" which is fine in the summer, but a nightmare in the (fast approaching) dark winter months!
My old Picasso had it, and on my Xantia, the sensor was so good, you could put an apple between the glass and the frame and it barely bruised the skin!
|10-14-2012 09:26 AM|
the lack of up with one touch is probably down to cost element of otherwise needing to detect and stop the motor if something like a childs neck is caught. There was a case of such and the legislation came in. I've probably got it if you want to see
|10-14-2012 08:28 AM|
This is a great place! Thanks for having me here. I'm joined to a similar forum for my mondeo. I joined this for any advice for tinkering with my wife's 58 reg C Max Zetec.
Overall, it's a cracking motor. She upgraded from an R reg fiesta so she's noticed the difference in quality and performance.
There's a couple of niggling issues I am surprised with. Example, why on earth do the front windows not go up with one touch but come down with one touch. Stupid really because she uses the Dartford tunnel and approaching the toll booths means you can drop the window with one touch but when pulling away you have to hold the button while driving.
Still, never mind.