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In message <199706111324.JAA00069@ns.tamsconsultants.com> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> I'm in the process of replacing the broken cable of my 4000
> series window regulator. Does anyone know how to get the
> bracket that bolts to the window glass off it's track? Do I
> need to get this off to remove the ends of the cables or can I
> somehow slide them out without taking the bracket off its
> sliding track?
You need to get it off. The cable passes through it, and is secured by a
clamped-on nipple that sits in a recess in the back of the slider.
To get it off, you have to drill out the centre of one of the pulleys at the
ends of the track. Later, you will have to substitute a nut and bolt for this
pulley and file the ends down.
The cable is (should be) in one piece - the ends are in the motor.
Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club