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Skoda Fabia: Electrical power windows - Unlocking and locking - Using the system - Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

Skoda Fabia: Electrical power windows

Skoda Fabia Owners Manual

WARNING

  • If the vehicle is locked from the outside, do not leave anybody in the vehicle as it is not possible to open the windows from the inside in the event of an emergency.
  • The system is fitted with a force limiter » page 53. If there is an obstacle, the closing process is stopped and the window goes down by several centimetres. The windows should nevertheless be closed carefully – risk of injury.
  • Deactivating the electrically operated power windows in the rear doors is recommended (safety push button) S when children are being transported in the rear seats » Fig. 37 on page 52.
  • Proceed with caution when closing windows to avoid causing crushing injuries - there is a risk of injury.

CAUTION

  • Keep the windows clean to ensure the correct functionality of the electric windows.
  • Should the windows freeze, first remove the ice » page 132, Windows and exterior mirrors and only then operate the power windows. Otherwise, the window seal and the power window mechanism could be damaged.
  • In the winter, ice on the window may cause greater resistance as the window is closed. The window will stop and open again by several centimetres
  • Always make sure that the windows are closed when you leave the locked vehicle.

For the sake of the environment

At high speeds, you should keep the windows closed to prevent unnecessarily high fuel consumption.

Note

  • After switching the ignition off, it is still possible to open or close the windows for approx. 10 minutes. After the driver's or front passenger's door has been opened, the windows can only be operated by using A » Fig. 37 on page 52 .
  • When driving always use the existing heating, air conditioning and ventilation system for ventilating the interior of the vehicle. If the windows are opened, dust as well as other dirt can get into the vehicle and in addition the wind noise is more at certain speeds.

Opening/closing the windows

Fig. 37 Buttons on the driver's door/in the rear doors
Fig. 37 Buttons on the driver's door/in the rear doors

Power window buttons » Fig. 37.

  1. Button for electrical power window of the driver's door
  2. Button for electrical power window of the front passenger door
  3. Button for electrical power window of the rear right door
  4. Button for electrical power window of the rear left door

S. Safety pushbutton

The electrical power windows can only be operated when the ignition is switched on.

Opening

  • A window is opened by pressing lightly on the relevant button. The opening process stops when one releases the button.

The window will also open fully automatically if you briefly press the button as far as the stop. Renewed pressing of the button causes the window to stop immediately.

Closing

  • The window is closed by pulling lightly on the relevant button. The closing process stops when one releases the button.

The window will also close fully automatically if you briefly pull the button as far as the stop. Renewed pulling of the button causes the window to stop immediately.

Safety pushbutton

The buttons for power windows in the rear doors can be deactivated by pressing the safety switch S » Fig. 37. The buttons for the electrical power windows in rear doors are activated again by pressing the safety pushbutton S again.

If the buttons for the rear doors are deactivated, the warning light in the
safety switch S lights up.

Note

The window lift mechanism is equipped with protection against overheating.

Repeated opening and closing of the window can cause this mechanism to overheat. If this happens, it will not be possible to operate the window for a short time. You will be able to operate the window again as soon as the overheating protection has cooled down.

Power window force limiter

The electrical power windows are fitted with a force limiter. It reduces the risk of bruises or injuries when closing the windows.

If there is an obstacle, the closing process is stopped and the window goes down by several centimetres.

If the obstacle prevents the window from being closed during the next 10 seconds, the closing process is interrupted once again and the window goes down by several centimetres.

If you attempt to close the window again within 10 seconds of the window being moved down for the second time, even though the obstacle was not yet been removed, the closing process is only stopped. During this time it is not possible to automatically close the window. The force limiter is still switched on.

The force limiter is only switched off if you attempt to close the window again within the next 10 seconds - the window will now close with full force! If you wait longer than 10 seconds, the force limiter is switched on again.

Window convenience operation

The comfort controls of the windows provide the ability to open or close all the windows at once.

Opening can take place in one of the following ways.

Opening

  • Press the button on the
    remote control key and hold.
  • Hold the key in the driver's lock in the unlock position.
  • Hold button A » Fig. 37 on page 52 in the opening position.

Closing

  • Press the  button on the remote control key and hold.
  • Hold the key in the driver's lock in the lock position.
  • Hold Button A » Fig. 37 on page 52 in the closing position.

The movement of the window is immediately stopped by releasing the key or the respective button.

Operational faults

Electrical power windows do not operate

If the battery has been disconnected and then reconnected while the window was opened, the electrical power windows will not operate. The system must be activated. Proceed as follows to re-establish the function.

  • Switch on the ignition
  • Pull the top edge of the button in the driver's door and close the window.
  • Release the button.
  • Pull the relevant button upwards again for another approximately 3 seconds and hold.

Operation in winter

In the winter, ice on the window may cause greater resistance as the window is closed. The window will stop and open again by several centimetres.

It is necessary to deactivate the force limiter to close the window » page 53.

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