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Old 07-07-2012, 10:52 PM   #1180
SleepNMnky
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Member#: 302491
Join Date: Nov 2011
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: Buffalo, NY
Vehicle:
2012 Impreza 2.0i Pr
Dark Grey Metallic CVT

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Originally Posted by LGA2011

Sorry about the 3 weeks delay about it. I couldn't get any news about the car since it was Canada day. So repair got delayed & I was stuck with a Blue Nissan Versa for the whole 2 weeks(insurance paid 500$ for the car rental).

The damage estimate around 2800$. I will need to get the repair receipt as I don't have it at the moment. Touch repaint, all part are replaced new except for the wheel. Although the wheel look as new which is a good thing. The insurance called home to confirm that the other driver is at fault.

The engine bay got really dirty when I got it back & the forgot to screw the plastic pin on the windshield washer reservoir. The automatic open/close windows doesn't seem to work properly but will go through Subaru warranty. The car need to go back to the garage for few odd tweak.

Overall I'm satisfied of the car repair as I don't plan to keep the car for a long time. The handling feel the same.

Video 1080P, before & after the repair.
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23nJkATtyYo
Try this for the auto window up issue:

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Originally Posted by BigVoxjammer
I don't know if initially there'd be zero functionality to the window switches, but this is in the manual...

Initialization of power window
If the vehicle’s battery is disconnected due to situations such as battery or fuse replacement, the following functions are deactivated:

1. One-touch auto up/down function .
2. Anti-entrapment function while driving.

Initialize the power window using the following procedure to reactivate these functions.
1.Close the driver’s door.
2.Turn the ignition switch to the “ON” position.
3.Open the driver’s side window halfway by pushing down the power window switch.
4. Pull up the power window switch and close the window completely. Continue pulling up the switch for approximately 1 second after the window is closed completely.
5. Open the driver’s side window completely by fully pushing down the power windows switch.
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