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Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2003 21:18:51 +0000
From: Grunff <>
Subject: Re: faulty window motor

Doug Smithson wrote: > Is it a big deal to replace the faulty driver's side electric motor with the > good old crank?...It's an '85 900 turbo. Remove the whole mechanism, strip it down, clean it, lube it, put it back in, and it will work - I promise. I've yet to see a burnt out motor on a 900 window mech. It's always either a rusted motor, a sticky gearbox, or a rusted regulator mechanism. None of it is difficult, and no special tools are required, but it may take you a while first time round. If you have problems, I'm happy to try and help. -- Grunff

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