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Old 06-01-10, 04:48 PM   #1
 
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Hiya

I have a drivers window problem i wouldnt if any of you could help, i bought my 306 the other day, love the bones off it but one problem...

I checked the front 2 electric windows from the drivers door, the passenger up and down no problems, i put the drivers side down no problems again but when i went to put it up nothing, it wouldnt go up

I can hear it clicking when i try to raise the window up but its just not going up, any ideas as with the snow its a bit of a nightmare i have just had to cardboard it up and cover it over for now, i have had the door panel off and there is a black box to the left of the drivers door under the window and thats where its clicking from when i try put it up if thats any help

I cant get it to a garage yet as i havent passed my test so ideally hoping to be able to fix it from home, if anyone has any ideas i will give it a shot.

Thanks
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Old 25-01-10, 05:23 PM   #2
 
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it will be down to pugs excellent wiring. it sounds like either the motor may have gone or it may just be a relay.

my near side front window did the same then they both stopped working. a job in progress still lol
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Old 16-02-10, 07:41 AM   #3
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I had this on the passenger door of my 306, if i opened the drivers door about halfway it would close. I reckon there was a broken wire in the loom from the door to the car body.

never did get it fixed as some twat wrote my car off for me doing a U turn in front of me
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Old 20-02-10, 01:51 PM   #4
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it will be down to pugs excellent wiring. it sounds like either the motor may have gone or it may just be a relay.

my near side front window did the same then they both stopped working. a job in progress still lol
It also could be Valeo's excellent switches LMFAO

Try swapping the connectors to see if the other switchbank works the window
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Old 21-02-10, 11:40 AM   #5
 
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i agree with derv on this

try swapping the switches over from passenger to drivers window
if this works then you know you need a switch which wont cost alot
and simple to fix
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