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please explain what a Y reg is please ,anyway i think you will find the fault is connected with drivers side master switch if the contacts go in this switch you will loose all control of the window including the passenger side control as no feed is passed to the other side of the car .
factory fitted alarm/immobiliser,resetable with doorlock/key.not all fitted with interior sensors(different markets)to test lock (with drivers door window open)leave car for about a min then try opening door using inside door handle (pull lever).horn will sound intermitantly....to reset shut door and press lock button on remote.
what ever you do don't go to a audi shop as it will cost you a £1000.00 with out vat and £32.50 for every half hour of there time. try to resync. switch engine on with spare key and remove the remote fob from the key, shut the door and lock the door with the key within 5 seconds press unlock on the first remote to be coded untill the indicators flash once, wait 5 seconds and press unlock again to confirm this memory position. Remove ignition key and test remote if o.k repeat for other remotes adding extra positions by sitting indicators flash. position 2 will be two flashes. if no flashes then get the fault memory read. This may take a few attempts and lots of sweaing. Regards Samantha
I've been dealing with similar problems (windows and sunroof dead, power locks iffy, dome light doesn't work, random chiming) and best I can figure is:
a) get rid of the leak and any standing water b) depending on the year of your car check the relays and/or central locking module
I spent a lot of time checking the ECU and door interior parts and those were both dead ends. I also thought the standing water on the floor might be shorting actual wiring, but now I've eliminated that as well. Although my alarm hasn't been going off, the "door chime" has and the instrument cluster sometimes shows 3 or 4 doors open while driving. VAG-COM showed some alarm trip type faults as well. Central locking is my next move when I've got some time.