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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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)