Hi there, it will be one of two ways, either theres a little horse shoe shaped clip that sits inbetween the winder and the door panel, failing that then the middle of the winder should flick out and there will be a screw that screws through the winder and into the panel, hope this helps
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you have just found this out.it is a standard feature of all vw/audi/seat/skoda cars
unlock/hold key over,the windows will go down
lock/hold key over the windows will go up
then unlock the car with the remote,car reset.
sit in car with engine on,switch off engine(do not open any door)driver can open/close any window(you can even put your hand into window frame and it will rollback,all on its(not for fun)
if windows rollback after you have used button to close them you may have sticky runners/rubbers.
this is not in the hand book,tell all your friends.....only a german car.....
there is two rubber bungs you need to take them out and get the window down so that you can see the two 10mm bolts that hold the window in slacken them and lift the window up by hand and tape it up,the hole assembly should then come out..
the window winder consists of two parts - the handle part and the round part. if you look at the round part, you will see that it consists of two parts. the bottom part can in actual fact be pushed forward (this is the part closest to the door panel). if you push this forward it will un click and you can remove it.
hope this helps