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Re: Coupe q - Passenger Window Failure
My drivers window did similar things right before it failed
completely. Turns out the cable had frayed and was getting tangled on
itself in the regulator housing. If you need a new cable, make sure
you specify that you only need the cable assembly(~$100) because the
dealer will try to sell you the regulator also. I got the last cable
assembly for the drivers side in the US a few weeks ago. If you need
the part number, let me know and I will look it up for you.
Tim NJ 90CQ, 77Spitfire
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Subject: Coupe q - Passenger Window Failure
Author: email@example.com at Internet
Date: 7/15/95 5:46 PM
I noticed this evening that my passenger window was down about 1/4". I turned
car on and put the
*CRACK* and the windows rattled in it's track.
I then tried to put the windows up. It went, but slowly... I tried to go down,
ma ybe 2" and it was vary
slow. When I put it back up, it took about 1.5 seconds before it actually
to travel upward.
What did I do?
I'll tear the door apart this weekend, it this a common failure mode, or do I
hav e a good one dealt by the
'90 Coupe q (Minus Power Window)
Other lesser beasts (with working power windows)