Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2003 11:14:59 -0000
From: MeatballTurbo <carl.robsonnopsamcing-czechs.com>
Subject: Re: faulty window motor


In article <njk6l-uu1.ln1nopsamwave.demon.co.uk>, gothicknopsamick.org.uk says... > Might be worth asking if anything's available seperately -- one of my > windows died last year, so I took it to a dealer and found out that they > sold a "repair pack" kind of thing, which just had the most-frequently > replaced bits in it for about 30 quid, instead of a whole new > motor/regulator. I seem to remember that my problem was that one of the > gears was stripped, so if it's the same problem you might be lucky... > Local independant to me had a quadrant repair kit (for the toothed arc that is part of the regulator). I was a new arc, with pins and circlips. Basically you grind off two rivet heads from the original regulator, and unbolt the motor. you can seperate the quatrant from the backing plate and the scissors. Then you fit the new pins through and reasamble using circlips instead of rivets to hold it together. Was about 40 inc VAT here in the UK. -- Carl Robson The poster formally known as Skodapilot. http://www.bouncing-czechs.com

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