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Power Window Problems

Flying V

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Hi guys!

Just recently I encountered problems with the power windows (driver side) on my GT3 (mk1). Basically the power windows doesn't work. However, when I remove the fuse for the power windows and plug it back in, the windows will start working again. But when I turn off the engine for about 5 minutes, the windows will start not to work again. I will have to start the process of removing and plugging back the fuse to make it work again.

Before I bring it in to the local dealer and plug it in thier computer for diagnosis (wherein I will get charged about $100).... probably one of you guys have had this similar problem and had a "simple solution" to it!? .... :)

Thanks and God bless!


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I have not had nor heard of this particular problem, V. It's a strange one. I would bet, though, that there is a fault code logged implying a fix. I would hope that a dealer would not charge you that much just to run a scan.

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