Citroen dos'nt seem to come up on here so thats why its listed as Peugeot as there practicaly same manufacter.
2004 Citroen C5, the drivers side control for the passenger window dosn't close the window. when you press it to go up, it goes back down, and on the passenger side, it will go up only if you keep nudging the button slowly. but if you hold it, the window will go up half way and go back down. any sollutions?
Hi. Sounds like the "anti-pinch" mechanism is coming into action on the drivers side. If the window encounters any resistance when closing it will stop. Check the window seal for damage and correct fitment, make sure there is nothing obstructing the glass. If you are OK with the seal and channels at either side and the window is going up an down "square", try some lubricant in the channels either side with the window in the down position and operate a few times.
Passenger side. The motor for the window must have been disconnected from battery voltage at some time and it has lost its reference points. That is, where to start and stop. Nudge the window near to the top, but not closed, then close the window holding the switch down for at least 5 seconds. Then open the window and hold the switch down as before. You may have to do this more than once.
There should be a section in your owners manual covering this procedure.
I don't think the two problems are connected physically.
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no this is an american web site and unless its dodge or a mustang its not listed ,good job you have europeon mechanics answering questions as the american mechanics have never heard of a real car like this .Now to disconnect the airbag system is not advisable and also if you were invvolved in a accident and the insurance assesor investigator found this you wouldnt get a brass farthing and if the essex police found you driving a vehicle like this i dont think you would have a licence for long .Now i dont think that the airbag system has a fuse on its own under the dash on such a late vehicle ,cant say i have done one as yet but i would suspect that it could be on the back of the fuse panel away from sight to stop people like you from disconnecting them or i9ts on the airbag module computer ,yes i know that some earlier models had a fuse but later cars have moved them just to confuse the issue to stop this sort of thing ,if you want to know if it has a passenger airbag just look for the on/off switch for the passenger airbag ,it will have one only if it has a passenger airbag
There is no fuse box on the passenger side if it is a R/H drive relay. I removed almost every panel trying to find it despite what the handbook says just ignore it. I finished up going to my local Citroen dealership and asked one of the guys there who said there were just 2 fuse boxes one behind the panel just below the drivers R/H knee and the one under the bonnet. The fuses from the none existent 3rd fuse box are incorporated into the 2 which there are.
The lever to open the bonnet is not on driver side but on passenger side (depends on the model). From passernger side open the door and then look on the side-wall (where the door ends and foot-wall starts) underneath the dashboard/glove-box for a lever to open the bonnet.
its at the very bottom of the dash line most are orange but I had the peugeot expert ( same van reall) and it was black on the passenger side right under the glove box part, I have seen them on both sides of these vehicles so just look along the very very bottom of the dash. its only small though about 4 inches long and 1 inch wide.
If the switch on the passenger side works, it should not be the relay. These switches are usually the fault, and can be dissasembled carefully and contacts cleaned. Theyre not that expensive anyway if I remember last time. Other things to consider are the wires coming into the drivers door. make sure that one of them is live, and if you ascertain which on is the live, which the ground/earth, and what is the window motor one, you should be able to test the wiring.
This seems very very common... I managed to frig one recently by joining two wires at the switch end together.. Without looking I can't tell you which, but it was simple logic to work it out.. Desparation made me try, but it took 10 mins. From (my sometimes lame) memory I think one of the grounds was missing, one of the pins will have no voltage on it relative to either ground or 12v, it'll be that one!
The car was wrote off about two weeks later, poor pug..