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Comfort closing windows stopped working

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by steve184, Jun 2, 2011.

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    [Jun 2, 2011]
    My comfort closing function has stopped working (where you hold either lock or unlock on keyfob and windows close or open)

    My battery was recently disconnected at the audi garage recently for some work - could this be connected? What else would cause this function to suddenly stop working?

    Thanks in advance
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    [Jun 2, 2011]
    Mine started being funny when the battery for my remote was being a bit slow. When i changed it everything was back to normal so maybe try that
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    [Jun 2, 2011]
    You need to reset your windows....
    Open a window fully, release the button, then press and hold the button in the 'open' position again for a few seconds.
    Then close the window fully, release the button, and press and hold the button in the 'close' for a few seconds.
    Repeat this for each window.

    Should work again after that.
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    [Jun 4, 2011]
    do comfort closing windows have to be activated in vagcom?
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    [Jun 4, 2011]
    cheers i noticed this procedure on another thread so thought i'd try it - it worked - they are working fine now....

    however... arn't audi supposed to do this as procedure when they disconnect the battery? They are supposed to be the experts, and certainly the £100+ hour would suggest so - obviously just couldn't be arsed....
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