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Help! Passenger's window won't close! VCDS Code.

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by SAiLO, Jan 2, 2010.

  1. SAiLO
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    Hi guys,

    Something happened and I can't close the passenger's window.

    Got this error code through VCDS:

    00933 - Electric Window Motor; Passenger Side (V148)
    012 - Electrical Fault in Circuit

    Did the testing - When trying to Lower/Raise the window I only hear a tick in the door but no movement of the window. VCDS says "inactive" with both test.

    Thought it might be a fuse but it wouldn't make any sound then, am I correct?
    Which fuse is responsible for the window motor on passenger's side

    It might get unpleasant when it starts raining!
    There's a 3inch gap and (touch wood) I hope no one will try to find their way inside.

    I will try to take the door card off tomorrow, unless someone's got a solution.


    Any help appreciated!
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  2. Paul Laird
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    i think the motor is at fault m8 or could be regulator is faulty causen the motor to jam up
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    I'll try to look at it tomorrow, remove the door card and see what is the cause. Hopefully it won't be anything serious.
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    try holding the lock button and see if that shuts it ?

    if it does, then its a switch fault.
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    I've tried both switches and neither of them shut the window. As for the lock button, holding it does not close either sides.
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