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Old 05-06-2006, 08:38 AM
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Default front electric windows not working

I have a 99 a3 1.8 petrol 5door

both of the front windows have stopped working but the rear ones are fine either from the drivers side siwtch or the individual switches.

The manual isn't clear on which fuses govern these so I have not checked this. Would the fuses for front and rear be different?

The manual also mentions circuit breakers, where would I find these? It says they reset automatically, can this be over ridden?

When I press the buttons I can hear a click in the door on each side but that's it.

I have recently put in a new battery. Everything else is fine (well, the clutch has fgone but that's another story)

Thanks for any advice.
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