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Jumonis
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 31, 2015 14:12    Post subject: Drivers Door Window Controls Reply with quote

Hoping this is in the right section.  Took my vehicle into the garage for MOT and everything was fine, for some reason they disconnected my battery at some point (only noticed becuase my clock was 10 minutes out afterwards).  The next day I noticed that the door controls on the drivers side no longer worked.

The window controls wont work on the drivers door, but they do on all other doors. The central locking still works and I still have the ability to lock the windows so that others cant put them up / down, but cant actually control them from the drivers door. Drivers window wont repond.

Went back to the garage who deny it was anything to do with them. Checked the fuses, all appear ok, took the door panel off to check the wiring and that all seems ok (no breaks in the wires, non bare and non rubbing).  

Anyone had similiar issues?  
Am i looking in the right place (in assuming that its a connection issue in the door?)?
Could the battery disconnection be related or just coincidence?
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 02, 2015 20:04    Post subject: Reply with quote

Roll them down using their individual switches.  Hold down for 3 seconds.  Wind up, again using the indivual switches.  The driver door switches will then work again.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2015 8:42    Post subject: Reply with quote

marlot wrote:
Roll them down using their individual switches.  Hold down for 3 seconds.  Wind up, again using the indivual switches.  The driver door switches will then work again.


Thanks but no, tried that, then tried all three held down at the same time. No joy. All windows work except the drivers door, individual controls on the other doors work, just the drivers door controls that wont.

Definatly get contact / power
Central locking still working
Lock down of windows controls still working
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 04, 2015 18:56    Post subject: Reply with quote

You did use the switches on each door, not the Dr rivers door?  You need to do that to set the top and bottom limits before the drivers switches work
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