Some background history: I purchased a 2017 Lotus Evora 400 back in mid February 2020 just before the Covid 19 restrictions. The vehicle had 2 miles on the odometer and it was never titled. I had the car shipped from another state that is some distance from my home. At the time, I went over the car pretty thoroughly with the Lotus dealer. The warranty was punched some time ago so I purchased the car with no factory warranty. The car now has a grand total 265 miles on the odometer and I have two issues.
- My immediate problem is the driver's side window does not go down. The window does not move at all, including the auto drop when you open the door. The battery has a full charge and I pulled and checked the fuse - that is not the problem. Now I want to check the window switch and I am looking for some guidance on how to remove the switch? Do I need to remove the door panel to access the switch or does it just pop out with some gently prying? The passenger side window works okay.
- The other longer term issue that I have was when I detailed the car. I found on the rear bumper several areas where there are small bubbles in the paint. Any ideas on what that is all about?