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Hello. What year is your Audi? If the only thing not working is the driver side window, then I would put my money on a bad power window motor. You would have to remove the door panel and use a test light to check for power at the connector when you toggle the switch. If you need the procedure to remove the door panel I can provide that to you.
Ok. Nothing showed up on my end except "driver side window not working". With what I know now, I would bet on the power window switch being the problem. It usually is the cause in cases like this.
Obviously the switch is getting power since everything else is working fine. You could check to make sure that it's not a damaged wire by checking for power right out of the switch but I think that you'll find that there is no power coming from the switch.
That's what I was actually looking for. Alldata gives almost no information on this vehicle. No connector diagrams, test procedures, etc. I will continue to look through the wiring diagrams and see if I can find something to help you. Just a minute.
I am finding absolutely nothing for electrical diagrams or connector views. I really doubt though that the problem is a broken wire between the switch and the motor. 9 out of 10 times it's the switch. If you would like, I can open this question in case somebody else here has access to wiring diagrams for this car if you would like to do some electrical testing.
No problem at all. Someone should be by shortly with those.
Hi there. Different expert here.
I do have the electrical diagram. My printer/scanner is down so I could only upload one half of the diagram at a time. Is that OK with you?
I was able to compress the image enough to fit the entire diagram in one page (see attachment).
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Actually, your best bet would be not to apply power, but to check for power with a high impedance meter at those pins. That way you're not runing the risk or damaging any electronic component.