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Old 08-06-2004, 12:44 PM   #11
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So does it work, or no?

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Well. you won't have to worry about the passenger rears doing that.. it was replaced about a month or 2 ago with the same exact problem of cable breaking
Sweet!

I reread the instructions above, and all he did, really, was put a screw in there to hold the window up. Right now, I have a clamp inside the door holding it up.

If anyone has a regulator for sale, let me know. :P
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So does it work, or no?

(Sorry, had to do a Lazarus, )
Well. you won't have to worry about the passenger rears doing that.. it was replaced about a month or 2 ago with the same exact problem of cable breaking
Sweet!

I reread the instructions above, and all he did, really, was put a screw in there to hold the window up. Right now, I have a clamp inside the door holding it up.

If anyone has a regulator for sale, let me know. :P
Just thought of something.. they were replaced ( over $400 funny money) by OEM parts, so down the road it MAY happen again.. might want to put a screw in that one when you have a chance to prevent it from happenin to that side.. but should be fine for the time being

edit: Damm hooked on phonics cant make me spell right
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I just don't like the idea of making my windows non-functional...
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So, let me see if I understand this "fix":

This procedure will lock the window glass window glass up, but it does nothing to actually repair the broken regulator...right? And the window will no longer work after this repair?

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So, let me see if I understand this "fix":

This procedure will lock the window glass window glass up, but it does nothing to actually repair the broken regulator...right? And the window will no longer work after this repair?

Jim
You got it.
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