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Electric Windows & Sunroof

Discussion in 'Classic Audi Forum' started by javakid47, Jan 26, 2005.

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    [Jan 26, 2005]
    Hi

    Audi 80 2.0 Sport Auto 94.
    Electric Windows dont work, neither does the electric sunroof.

    Anyone know where the fuse box for it is located?
    Or any other ideas of whats the problem.

    Thanks for all your help

    JK
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    [Jan 26, 2005]
    Thanks for the info
    I know very little about cars - Whats the plennum chamber? What does it look like?

    Sorry for my ignorance.

    Thanks

    JK
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    [Jan 26, 2005]
    chamber under the bonnet where the fan unit goes, just under the windscreen. on the 100 there is a black box with a clip holding the cover on, this contains the relays...
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    [Jun 24, 2006]
    the elecric windows have a relay instead of a fuse which are located under the panel above your legs when driving. I've had trouble with my windows and sunroof in my 95 coupe. they started being tempermentle now they don't work at all nor does the cenral locking work from the drivers side. I'm puzzled
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    The relay, as Brookie says, is above your feet behind the panel. It is a double size rectangular relay. It is fiddly, but possible to unclip the casing on the relay, then you could try blasting it with a can of electrical contact cleaner? This did not help my problem, but did not do any harm either! turned out to be a duff switch..
    I always thought the plenum was the thick part of the inlet manifold that the intake runners branch off? The blower duct is also a manifold, so maybe a 'techie' term??
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