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1995 Passat GLS TD window electrical issues

 
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adamish
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:46 am    Post subject: 1995 Passat GLS TD window electrical issues Reply with quote

Hey all, new to the forums as I just bought this Passat.

Problem:
Passenger Front window will only go DOWN from the driver-side button when the car is on. It will only go UP from the passenger-side button after the key has been removed. It will also go up from locking the door and hold it over (which brings all the windows up).

I'm up in Nanaimo, and currently searching for someone with a vag-com as I heard that may be able to help.

Any ideas? I've checked wiring going through the door and it seems to be all intact and good.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 11:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome to the world of Passat ownership. Sorry I can't be of any help, but the B3 Passat I owned was hands down the worst vehicle I've ever owned, and had problems of this sort pretty much all the time. I ended up putting the TD motor into something else and scrapping the rest of the car.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 10, 2013 8:32 pm    Post subject: Re: 1995 Passat GLS TD window electrical issues Reply with quote

adamish wrote:
Hey all, new to the forums as I just bought this Passat.

Problem:
Passenger Front window will only go DOWN from the driver-side button when the car is on. It will only go UP from the passenger-side button after the key has been removed. It will also go up from locking the door and hold it over (which brings all the windows up).

I'm up in Nanaimo, and currently searching for someone with a vag-com as I heard that may be able to help.

Any ideas? I've checked wiring going through the door and it seems to be all intact and good.


I have a 95 German made diesel Passat that does the exact same thing. Previous owner installed a slick switch on the door that has to be on before controlling, or trying to control the door. If you discover anything, please post here! Our door locks and ignition also act up.
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