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anyone help plz, electric window problems

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by jochaleaton, Feb 7, 2009.

  1. jochaleaton

    jochaleaton New Member

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    hi all, i am having problems geting my windows to close on my 1999 a3, anyone got any idears? ive tried loobing up the glass channels but it only lasts a few days, they get 4" from the top then return to the bottom, please help!!!!!
    cheers tony
     
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    had a read up on both, my windowws arnt going up skewif, they look fine and work perfectly when oiled but wen the rain washes it out they go back to the same problem again,
     
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    I havent had this problem but from what i know of this problem that you wouldnt notice nessesarily realise it going up skew?

    Could be a faulty motor?

    im sure someone with a bit of knowledge will be along shortly
     
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    ok mate ta for your help
     
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    (Tony, I wrote this in your other identical thread, trust me) - The best spray to use has got to be silicone grease (Halfords about £5). Might be worth cleaning the channels out first though, try wrapping a wet cloth around something blunt and running it through a few times.
     

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