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Automatic Front Window (Driver Side)

STERLING VOID Apr 14, 2014

  1. STERLING VOID

    STERLING VOID Active Member

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    I noticed this morning that my drivers window did not want to go all the way down or up by just flicking the switch once as it usually does and should. Anyone know the cause of this or if it is just a setting??
     
  2. MA3RC

    MA3RC Well-Known Member TFSI Owners Group VCDS Map User Audi A3 Team Brill Red

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    Normally when stuff like this happens it means the anti shut feature has been set off I would've said. I.e. to stop kids getting their arms stuck in there etc. Check that all the rubber is flush at the bottom of the window and in the channel as sometimes it can ridge and stop the window
     
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  3. snakehips

    snakehips Well-Known Member

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    This happens on mine quite regularly, whatever position the window is in.
     
  4. Scott

    Scott Well-Known Member

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    I think you have to hold the window switch for a few seconds after closing to reset it, and then it should work okay
     
  5. snakehips

    snakehips Well-Known Member

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    Cheers, I'll try this next time it happens.
     
  6. Andy1608

    Andy1608 Active Member

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    Yeah mine did the same when I tired to close my partners head in it the other day. Like said, hold the switch up when it's shut for a few seconds
     
  7. STERLING VOID

    STERLING VOID Active Member

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    Worked! I had to hold it in the up position until I heard a click which than put it in auto mode.
     
  8. veeeight

    veeeight I am a very pretty girl VCDS Map User Black Edition

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    Were you having an Oscar Pistorius moment? :)
     
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