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Jaguar S Type R: S Type R 2003.The rear window controls do

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S Type R 2003.
The rear window controls do not work when the vehicle is moving.
The kiddie lock is set to 'OFF'
The centre button amongst the window controls in the drivers armrest is set to 'OFF'
The key remote operates all the windows & sunroof when held 'lock'or 'unlock'
Does this require a computer reset?
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So both rear windows will not move with the driver switch and the rear switches
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

The rear switches do not operate the windows when the vehicle is moving - the drivers switches do operate the rear windows when the vehicle is moving.

You say when the vehicle is moving so the switches will work when not moving?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes, when I turn on the ingition, the rear window switches work while the vehicle is stationary.

When I drive off, the rear window switches don't work.

When I stop, the rear window switches still don't work until I turn off the ignition & turn the ignition on again - then they will work untill I drive off again.

Does the sunroof open and close while driving when the rear windows do not work.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes, the sun roof opens & closes both when moving & stationary.

Ok i am thinking we may have a problem with the driver door module which controls the window operation. It could even be a ground problem to the module or a programming issue with the module.
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