To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Here'show to fix Originally Posted by Andy T Originally Posted by fla Not so much switch related but my rear window takes AGES to demist and the door mirrors take even So I think I'll be doing a bit of hunting around in cyberspace lol. If anyone can tell me where all the connections are or where the wires go to then that would be great. http://stickersweb.com/vw-golf/vw-golf-heated-mirrors-not-working.php
Cheers, PeterT Share this post Link to post Share on other sites prt57 0 Ford Fiesta ST Members 0 287 posts Posted December 14, 2008 · Report post Hi, Just The element heats up nicely with 12v dc. The door mirrors dont seem to do anything, well today ther was no difference at all after about 20 minutes - rear was fine after this though, so i switched it There is one on each side of the dash and one in the engine bay.
I don't know if there are any relays or where the brown wire on the element (positive?) goes to. any help would be great thanks Back to top Report Back to Interior and Exterior 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted I am suspecting a bad connection or broken wire, but no idea where the positive side goes. Couldn't locate this though.
I stripped out the interior to dry every thing out and inspected the wiring connector blocks. GOLFMK7 GOLFMK6 GOLFMKV Register MYGOLF garage Timeslips Search Members List Community User Name Remember Me? Sure I'll get in a proper strop trying to find this relay under the dash and trying to dismantle the dash! Also come to the conclusion this afternoon that it's not grounded properly.
The door mirrors dont seem to do anything, well today ther was no difference at all after about 20 minutes - rear was fine after this though, so i switched it Mk5 Golf Heated Rear Window Not Working I cleaned the rear window thoroughl;y with glass cleaner hoping that would help, but it still takes just as long. Is this a common problem for the Mk5 ? http://www.tyresmoke.net/forum/topic/113705-mk-iv-golf-heated-rear-window-not-working/ Some people mentioned a relay or something?
Shock and horror!! Well iv checked both and i have jack in those inputs.. Here'show to fix Not so much switch related but my rear window takes AGES to demist and the door mirrors take even longer if at all. It seemed like a rewire was in order in this area as the other thin wires were also showing the copper conductors.
Stay logged in Log in or Sign up Close Panel VWVortex NEWS ARTICLES GALLERIES MARKETPLACE COMMUNITY FORUMS Register Search Help Remember Me? Forum VW Model-Specific Forums Golf IV & Jetta read the full info here To re-assemble - Drop the chrome pins into the two holes of the push switch housing (bullet ends first). Mk5 Golf Heated Rear Screen Fuse Any suggested checks for either? Vw Golf Rear Window Demister Remove lower dash panel and look for I believe a 35 amp relay by itself.
http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php/00834 00834 - Signal for Activation of Heated Rear Window 00834 - Signal for Activation of Heated Rear Window: Open or Short to Ground Possible Symptoms Rear Window Heater not working check over here Hasan VR6 Auto to manual conversion, beige leather, aircon, TT comps, blue dash lights & switches, Koni TA/Nothelle springs, OBD2, 264 cams my car Reply With Quote 29th November 2008 #3 The door mirrors dont seem to do anything, well today ther was no difference at all after about 20 minutes - rear was fine after this though, so i switched it Drives: Golf V TDI 105 Join Date: Feb 2013 Location: Blackpool, UK Posts: 19 Quote: Originally Posted by bazzle Thats a pretty standard 12v relay, any auto shop, hobby shop should Vw Golf Mk5 Fuse Box Diagram
Check that the wire hasn't been dislodged off the window demister connectors. When measuring voltage acrocs these wire with it in the ON position there is no voltage, with it in the OFF position there is 12v. Switch appears to illuminate when pressed but is dead when the fuse is taken out. his comment is here Unclip the plunger assembly from its pivot point.
Register Help Remember Me? Once I crimped them back together everything worked fine! martinjames View Public Profile Send a private message to martinjames Find More Posts by martinjames 01-22-2013, 07:04 AM #7 martinjames Passed Driver's Ed Drives: MK5 1.9TDI 105 Join Date:
The switch on the dash - it lights up when ignition is turned on and as far as I can tell, the ignition voltage is OK. If this is your first visit, be sure to click register and fill out your details before you can post. By dub envy in forum Interior Replies: 18 Last Post: 30th October 2005, 8:25 PM Heated rear windscreen not working By Noiseboy16v in forum Interior Replies: 1 Last Post: 4th July Here'show to fix useful post - thanks will hopefully have a crack at mine come the weekend (sympathise with your bad luck buying switches off ebay as well!) Griff '93 R32
The tech said that if the rear water squirter was weak or not working water runs down the inside of the C pillar and into the wiring causing a short. Thanks martinjames View Public Profile Send a private message to martinjames Find More Posts by martinjames 01-21-2013, 04:15 PM #4 StewieGriffin Banned Drives: Old:08 GTI New:2013 Jetta SE Photography Discussions Video Gaming and Computing The Sports Lounge General + Other Cars (non-VW/Audi) Announcements / Suggestions / Feedback weblink It's pretty common for them to break with age/use VW Scirocco GT (170), Rising Blue, 19" Black Lugano Style Pack, Leather, Panoramic Roof, Dynaudio, DAB, Xenons, Cruise, Bluetooth, Parking Sensors, Folding
also the radio stays on even after i stop the engine and take the key out??????? If this is your first visit, be sure to click register and fill out your details before you can post. Sounds like you've done all the right testing, and the element, switch, and fuse are good... Items (non-car related) SPONSORS Classifieds Area Comments/Reviews/Feedback on Vendors Members Area Off-topic / Misc.
The rear window heater on my mark 5 golf has stopped working. Dave167 View Public Profile Send a private message to Dave167 Find More Posts by Dave167 02-24-2013, 10:31 AM #9 Dave167 Ready to race! There is no relay for the rear defrost. Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign In Forgot your password?
Any help gratefully received. Thanks Back to top Report #2 cuprabob Posted 05 December 2011 - 06:57 PM cuprabob Senior Member Members 16,784 posts Can you hear the relay clicking? Here'show to fix Welcome to the NEW Corrado Forum - the world's largest community for VW's Super Coupé! Yes they were wet but a bit of work with my voltmeter suggested that the wiring in this area was OK.
All rights reserved. White wire is the switched negative chassis I think. Under the dash by your right knee, there is a drop down pocket cubby hole thingy. Advanced Search Forum Automotive General Automotive Discussion Fault HELP.