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Peugeot 307 electric windows working sporadically

2006 Peugeot 307 Problem

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CarPeugeot 307 1.6 td
Year2006
OwnerFangimo
Posted21/07/2010


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The Problem:

sometimes when the window is down it won't go up at all then it will go in jerks sometimes when I press up the window goes down



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Solution 1


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window winder could be broke. ok maybe switch is faulty





Posted on Wednesday 21st of July 2010

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Solution 2


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could be fault with door ecu and maybe the switch





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the problem is on both windows and all the switches so I don't think its the switches





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Solution 3


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Open bonnet then make sure car is unlocked .leave for fifteen mins then disconnect battery.leave disconnected for while. Reconnect battery then turn lights on then off.Hold window switch buttons for windows to go down then same again for up.Make sure you dont have any thing switched on for fifteen mins before disconnecting battery.





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