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Cardude 10-01-1999 06:33 AM

Sorry gents to bother you again, but I'm back to the windows problem again (stuck in the down position. I have the 300E 1987. I have the panels off completely. I need to get the window up(passenger rear window drivers side). Is there a way to do it without destroying te car? I noticed it is operated by a cable and slides along the runners.


Help?

Benzmac 10-01-1999 09:40 PM

Be carefull We do this every day with no damage. Just take off the black clip holding the window slide jaw into the track. Then slide the window up and tape it at the top. Take out the bolts holding in the old part and replace it. You can't fix them that I know of.
We carry them in the partsshop.

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jack daniels 10-02-1999 10:57 AM

i have the same problem and when i test the motor it was fine it only need some internal lubrication. by the time they lose the lubrication so check yours.

metricman 10-03-1999 09:07 PM

Is their a bad switch? Front or rear switch?
Also very common is broken wires in the door jamb, the webbing harness tighten and pulls the wires apart over time....

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Cardude 10-06-1999 05:58 AM

Thanks guys, I did get the window up and now can at least work on the car when I have the time. All suggestion were on the money. Although I have yet to figure out if its the motor or the wiring harness.


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