Hi All, I really hope someone can shed some light on this one for me, as it's truly fried my head! [Alcoholic or other compensation available within a limited radius! /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif ] As some of you may have already read, I've just done a total audio re-fit in my lil' baby... It's all pretty much done now, head unit replaced, speakers replaced/added, new wiring laid, wiring to doors replaced, roof-mount antenna replaced, sound deadening fitted, etc... - all that's left now is a bit of interior re-assembly. I came to notice an interesting issue that's appeared recently though, and I'm not sure whether it's been a direct result of the audio install (something is no longer connected that needs to be) or in-direct (might have pressed a button, flipped a switch, or blocked a ground while doing something else), or even totally unrelated (I am a realist though (sometimes) - so I think this last one is pretty unlikely). After reading about people having total-closure on their A3s, I decided I'd go try it on my recently-purchased 98R... All was well with the key, turn and hold and everything shut, go the other way and the windows roll down... I then tried with the remote, and again, it was all good. I then wandered away with a cheeky /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif because I'd found a toy I didn't know I had. I left the driver's side window open the other day when I put her back in the garage, and held the button on the remote to close it... Nothing happened. I've checked and double-checked pretty much everything I can think of, I've even done the daft things like given the battery a full charge; I discounted fuses or anything like that because surely if the electric windows both work, the electric roof works, and it locks/unlocks off the remote all the fuses required to close/open windows off the remote would be good. It's all no-go with the key too /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/frown.gif I'm desperate for any suggestions, as I'm starting to go a little nuts now! Thanks in advance, Regards, Rob.