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    Wierd electric problem........

    Driving to my dads house i firstly noticed the one touch windows wouldn't work so had to hold the switch .Go into dads and return,the interior light wont go out once ignition turned on,i have no electric windows or mirrors at all.Also when locking with the remote i now have no bleep but it locks all the door excluding drivers door which i have to do with the key!

    Ive checked the book and says 'some' of the electrics are on a circuit breaker not a fuse...

    Are all these faults related to the same fault???

    TIA.

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    broken wire wires in rubber boot from door to car
    check carefuly as they can look ok but broke
    check the thick brown aswell
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    Quote Originally Posted by bez101 View Post
    broken wire wires in rubber boot from door to car
    check carefuly as they can look ok but broke
    check the thick brown aswell
    Thanks Bez,i'll check that out at the weekend when i have more time.

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    I know windows and central locking.etc are controlled by the CCM module (Comfort control module) which is located under the passenger side carpet.

    These are prone to becoming damp sometimes due to small leaks - may be worth checking this out;
    Power windows, locks, dome lights no longer work - Page 2 - TDIClub Forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by bez101 View Post
    broken wire wires in rubber boot from door to car
    check carefuly as they can look ok but broke
    check the thick brown aswell
    Spot on Bez,despite the thickness of the brown wire it was totally snapped,joined up with connector and all working again!

    Cheers mate.....

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    Check the other doors too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackQuat View Post
    Check the other doors too.
    On my to-do list mate..........

 

 

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