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Old 24 Apr 2007, 05:50 pm
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Default Front Power Window dosn't shut properly.

Front passanger power window goes up quicker on one edge. When it gets to the top of the door it juts out of the runner leaving a huge gap. Have taken door internal facias off & greased everything I can find, but with no success in curing the problem. - Any ideas anyone? 2003 Cruiser 2.2 TD Limited.
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Old 24 Apr 2007, 06:53 pm
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Default Re: Front Power Window dosn't shut properly.

Micky,

Where are you located? Your profile says nothing, but they don't make a 2.2 here in the U.S.A. so guessing your overseas. Do you have the glass repair businesses where you live? if your not under warranty anymore, I'm sure one of those places could straighten it out for you in a couple minutes.
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Old 25 Apr 2007, 03:09 pm
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Default Re: Front Power Window dosn't shut properly.

when you have the door panel off does the glass come up straight then just before its to the top it shifts ??
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Old 25 Apr 2007, 04:27 pm
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Micky,

Where are you located? Your profile says nothing, but they don't make a 2.2 here in the U.S.A. so guessing your overseas. Do you have the glass repair businesses where you live? if your not under warranty anymore, I'm sure one of those places could straighten it out for you in a couple minutes.
I am in Portsmouth, England (uk) I will try your suggestion - ta, Mick
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Old 25 Apr 2007, 04:57 pm
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Default Re: Front Power Window dosn't shut properly.

The glass comes up straight until approx half way, then the rear half tries to go quicker than the front half & ends up going up at an angle, like tilting. While this is happening the speed reduces. When it gets to the top, the rear of the window is out of the frame & poking outside the car on that side. To rectify I lower the window about a quarter way down & then send it back up again & it squares itself up & fits correctly. Strange eh?
Mick.
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Old 26 Apr 2007, 11:36 am
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Mine does that occasionally, and I just help it along
No big deal
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Old 26 Apr 2007, 02:27 pm
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Default Re: Front Power Window dosn't shut properly.

sounds like one of the guides is off or no coming up quick enough ??
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