Re: Window regulator: posible to fix with screw? - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
Don't have answer to your question but when mine went bad it was the plastic guide that broke.
The thin plastic part that slides on the vertical channel. I had a little scrap piece of metal I think 1/2" X 1" that fit just perfect to use as the guide on one side although it is now metal on metal. I think I used a 10 mm bolt and nut to sandwich the metal piece against the channel. The added piece is next to the vertical channel with only the end 1/8 or 1/4" overlapping the channel. I dilled a hole in the metal piece for the bolt and nut when it was in the right place against the channel.
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