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Driver windows switch

Stu.Audi Apr 14, 2014

  1. Stu.Audi

    Stu.Audi Member

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    Was wonder why all 3 window is 1 touch and driver is not ?? And it quite hard to press it seem not working right unless I press it so hard it open
    So do I need to do anything ? Take it apart or get other switch ?
     
  2. AudiB7Jay

    AudiB7Jay Active Member TFSI Owners Group Team Sepang Audi S1 Audi A4 saloon S-line owners group Team Aruba Blue TDi Manual

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    I think in mine I have to hold it for a second or so.
     
  3. #Nick

    #Nick A4 Avant 1.9TDI PD130

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    I'm having the same problem..kind of...

    - My drivers side will only open/close if you push/pull hard on the switch. The auto isn't working.
    - My passenger side (only have front electric) will only go up and down using auto/one-touch. You cant hold it until you want it to stop.

    Any ideas??
     
  4. hades-

    hades- Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    new switch pack
     
  5. Stu.Audi

    Stu.Audi Member

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    How hard to changed the switch pack ?
     
  6. ricostuart

    ricostuart Active Member

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    pretty easy to change tbh. once the door card is off, its just there to swap over.

    You could try reset the window position sensor. Pull window closed and hold the button for 10 seconds. try the auto window. If that doesnt work, close window, then open window all the way and hold for 10 seconds. I can never remember which way round to do it, so I do both. That resets the pinch sensor and restarts auto windows (well at least it does my s4 when I pull the battery).
     
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  7. Stu.Audi

    Stu.Audi Member

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    Yes driver side is very hard to presx has press hard to get it open but other 3 auto no problem I done that set it auto but driver nope lol
     

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