Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2002 21:39:58 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: Sticky windows

in article ak3fd8$1fsg7g$, at wrote on 22/08/2002 20:52: > Someone who looks an awful lot like Paul Halliday <> > wrote: >> in article RaZ69.5702$, Jeremy Tabarrok at >> wrote on 16/08/2002 03:11: > >>> I have a problem with my electric windows. > >> Pull the doors to bits, grease up everything you can see and check the >> mechanisms for missing teeth. Have a friend press the buttons, while you >> assist the windows up and down once they are greased up ... worked for me >> :) > > Hi, Paul. > > I'm sure you're well-meaning in your advice, but how exactly is Jeremy > going to be able to borrow your friend, when your friend is in the .uk, > and Jeremy lives in .ca ? > > Seems like a rather expensive way to fix a window. Or, am I missing > something? > > Dave Hinz Dave, Sorry to have to repost *everything*, my trans-atlantic Saaber but I said "a" friend, not "my" friend. I would be very happy to nominate "my" friend to push the buttons while Jeremy assists the windows up and down ... I'd be much happier to go in person to .ca to push Jeremy's buttons :) I'm sure .ca gets much more sun and much more surf than .uk, but I doubt .ca get that higher altitude, lower pressure air (like The Pennines where I live) that is just sooooooo nice for Saab turbos ... mmmmmmmm ... twin pipes ... they go "growl". Paul ( & Debo, who drive the turbo much more than me ... grrrrr) 1985 900i 16V 1988 900 Turbo S (Aero wannabe)

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