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    Window Winder/Mechanism - Help needed ASAP!!!

    Hi people.

    Just wondered if anybody knows how the window motor and mechanism is connected? As mine has (I Think) dropped off the mechanism....I have all the door card off and the motor is still working as you can see it but its not connected to pull the window up and down.
    Please help someone!!! I got a window wide open and the weather aint looking good!!!
    2005 Cabrio Turbo - Gone!
    2007 Civic Type R (Soon to be S/C)

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    RightI think I worked out whats happened now with it but was wondering if anybody knows if the mechanisms in the doors are the same for all models??

    I have a convertible but think im gonna have to raid the scrappy tomorrow and doubt they will have any so will one from a hatch be the same???
    2005 Cabrio Turbo - Gone!
    2007 Civic Type R (Soon to be S/C)

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    same thing happened to my sisters soft top the motor is seperate its a spot weld thats failed the winder sissor is about £28 i think from vauxhall and easy to fit just mind your fingers not sure if they are all the same but would of thought so
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    Cheers mate! When I got it out I thought that it was a weld or rivet bit that had worked loose and was pivoting when it wasnt supposed to.

    Thanks alot for the reply mate.
    2005 Cabrio Turbo - Gone!
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    your welcome have you sorted it now??
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    de-restricted air box,vxr intake,courtney panel filter,vxr indicator surrounds,debaged,tinted windows,heko wind deflectors

    148.2 bhp/140.3 lbft

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    Not yet mate, weathers not been too good. Think I might check the other door and see how that works just to double check and then maybe take it into work and put a couple of spot welds on it to hold it.

    Should be cheaper than risking getting one from a scrappy which I dont know if it'll work and fit or not. All the vauxhall garages are closed anyway today so im gonna have to wait to get hold of one through them anyway.

    Thanks again
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    oh dear dave you best get the black bin bag out and make a new window. cant really help uo the window side never had to do anyhting with them yet.
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