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Hi can anyone help with an issue I have with my electric windows on my 2003 1.6 307. The front drivers switch does not control any windows (should control front and rear windows also side mirrors). Passenger window works fine with its own button. The question I have is I have looked at the wiring diagram but cannot work out that if no power is getting to the front door would this mean that the rear windows will not work with there independent electric buttons? also the speaker in the drivers door does not work so I am thinking a break in the wiring in the drivers door? any help as always is greatly appreciated:nod:
 

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If the connector to the door/mirror switch panel is disconnected then it would explain all your problems.

The rear windows would not function as the master switch on the driver's panel has disconnected the power.
 

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Right had the switch off to look at today and checked all the wires with a meter. Red wire (6006) is 12v 7 other wires are all 5v except one cream/white wire (6007) which has no voltage at all (total 9 wires, one block of 6 and one of 3).
I know its a big ask but can anyone tell me if this is the correct voltages for these wires. As I said above the switch controls front and rear windows along with front wing mirror position/fold. There is also a rear door window override switch.
I have had the switch apart and it has no signs of corrosion on contacts. I suspect the switch to be at fault as it doesn't light up but would like confirmation of the voltages just in case.
 

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just to finish this thread, and for anyone else having the same problems, the fault was the switch unit in the drivers door. without it the rear electric windows wont work at all.
I installed servicebox/SEDRE and the wiring part has a cool bit where you can put the number of the wire into and it gives you the voltage and description of the wire. This is how I found out 6007 in the door has no voltage as it is the common. This is quire a good feature for fault finding I thought.:thumb:
 
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