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post #6 of 18 (permalink) Old 7th November 2007 Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by willow996 View Post
I'm a newbee to Megane ownership, and have the same problem. Did you get it sorted ???
Hi, yes I did, Renault diagnosed a faulty regulator and replaced FOC.

Then shortly afterwards I had a sort of similar experience with the NSR.

Came out of the house one morning to find that the NSR window was completely lowered and the rear seats were covered in snow from an overnight flurry.

I thought that it was strange because I always deadlock the doors which automatically winds the windows up if they are closed. Tried the window, but it was dead, wouldnt go up or down. Had to drive to the dealership in Snow with the rear window down. Brrrr very cold. They fixed the problem but I cant remember what the diagnosis was.

I complained bitterly to RCS following the event, saying that I had lost confidence in the car, especially the security of the vehicle, and wanted assurance that this event was a one off. I was concerned that I might have to report this to my Motor Car Insurers, which would no doubt have increased my premium. I must admit to being very wary following the repairs, as I envisaged returning to my car one day and finding the windows open with the contents of my car lost due to theft.

RCS gave me the assurance, and a 50 voucher for my inconvenience. Seems like it wasnt a one off after all. Not had any trouble since.

Let me know how you get on.

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Great news Glenn, Glad you brought the issue to RCS attention.

It is important that issues are brought to Renault's attention as then it is logged and hopefully if enough attention is brought to a specific issue action will be taken.

Workshops do not always log the complaint with Renault it would just be recorded as a warranty repair not the actual circumstances of the effect it had on an owner or how the issue came to light.

Thank you for keeping us updated other Members in similar circumstances should find this post helpful in dealing with their problem.

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Hi Guys

Thanks for your suggestions but unfortunately none of them have done the trick. I have replaced the regulator even though there were no visible signs of a fault, replaced the switch and nothin !

The window motor moves in one direction only, regardless of up or down on either switch.

Help !!!:
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Hi Willow - sounds like a break in the wiring somewhere - I suggest you check the multi-plug connection at the hinge panel.
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I now have the same problem - the pasenger front window will only go down, not up.

I don't think it's the switch as both the driver's and the passenger's do the same thing. You can't re-set the limits as, when you try to set the upper limit, the bl@@dy window goes down!

I've removed the motor/regulator and there seems to be evidence of water ingress into the little module/relay assembly attached to the motor.

The dealers have 40 motor assemblies in stock so I'm guessing that they sell one or two! Problem is - they're 194 plus VAT so If this problem was resolved I'd be interested to hear about it!

Cheers - Fozzie.
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