Still a Petrolhead but also like diesel
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speaking to my brother who was with me at the time,the mechanic only took the fuse out to stop it going back down,to get it up he opened up the conector box between the door and the car and disconected and reconected something in there evertime he done this the he woo double lock the doors and the window would go up about 2 inches,he told us that he knew it was the motor cause when he put a 12v power source to it ,it would try to shut when double locked,so i take it he was re conecting and disconecting the power until it went up,i have just put the fuse back in to see what happens,and the switch does nothing window is up and wont come down,so looks like i have something else wrong
Bit confused (normal operation mode I stress
Why do the central locking motors have an impact on the window regulator? the only time I believe that happens is when you are locking the car and the window is open ... then the car shuts the windows/sunroof etc before locking the car ... I'm also confused as to what connector box between the door and the car ... plus how did he test the motor directly with 12v if he didnt take the door card off.
Why is it the older I get .... the better I think I was ?
Currently in Truckbusuk's garage:
Clio2 1.4RT Phase1(VF1BB0S) + Volvo XC90 SE Lux D5 Geartronic