[ba] Slow window is always the regulator or ??
wallace at stanfordalumni.org
Fri Oct 12 11:53:08 EDT 2001
The sure way to know would be to measure the voltage at the motor while
it's running. If it's seeing full voltage (close to 12V), it's
responsible for doing its job!
I had a slow, sometimes sticking window. Cleaning the switches didn't
help much. A new regulator solved the problem.
'87 5kcstq 178k
jim rose wrote:
> seems to me that if theres sufficient voltage at the motor (and its able to
> draw sufficient amperage thru the old, corroded wires) and the
> switches/relays are clean, then its probly slow motors. i doubt different
> old motors would be any better. unless they came off a newer car - and maybe
> a rear or passenger door regulator. (are they left/right or ambidexterous?)
> it might be worth choking on one new one to see if it makes the difference.
> >From: ServerSmiths <totb at serversmiths.com>
> >To: <ba-group at audifans.com>
> >Subject: [ba] Slow window is always the regulator or ??
> >Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 14:52:19 -0700
> >I have the slow window blues on the passenger side (driver is fine) and
> >swopped the switches out with no improvement.
> >So, my question is whether there is anything else besides the regulator
> >could cause this.
> >Also any advice on whether to buy a used regulator @ $25 from forcefive vs.
> >a new @ $119.
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