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Mk7 power windowsdo not work the motor turns but windows do not work?

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The motors have three little rubber discs in the head of the motors. The are common for going bad. You can buy the little discs, they are cheap but you have to remove the window motor from the door to change them.

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Most likely the window regulator has failed or become detached. The door will have to be taken apart and the components inspected.

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