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Rear window winder on my A4 2002

Rear window winder does not work on my A4 2002, how can I fix it?

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  • Anonymous Sep 23, 2008

    rear window will not stay up and it will not close using the button. How do i fix it?

  • Anonymous Oct 15, 2008

    I have the same problem on front drivers side .think the regulator is gone.



    Any ideas on how to remove internal panel without breaking all the plastic trim. Ive got a few screws out but dont know if the whole frame comes out in one piece or you have to remove plastic trim first.



    Any info would be great, ie which panels to remove first etc etc. Have got a used regulator cheap so plan to save on the labour by doing a diy job.

  • jchambe Oct 20, 2008

    I JUST replaced a window regulator on the rear passenger side...NOW the front drivers side is jacked...it IS making the weird crunching sound like there are rocks in the window and when i roll it all the way up it rolls back down like 3 inches (stupid) if i go slow and dont do the auto roll up i can at least get it up BUT im sure it will be dead soon...went to get the rear window fixed at the shop. id prefer to save some $$ and do this one myself. is it hard to do? need special tools?

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I just got back from AAA and they wanted $100 just to take the panel off!! it takes a special tool and about 3 hrs of labor, so they said...

Posted on Oct 16, 2008

Did it make a crunching sound when it first broke? Can you hear the window motor run when you activate the switch? You need a new window regulator. You'll have to buy the part and then take the door apart to replace it or take it to the stealership and have them do it for three times as much. The part should cost you about $100 plus shipping.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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