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    Best way to remove window motor in a coupe?

    Hello need to remove the drivers side window motor whats the best way door card is off what tools are needed as will need to get them from work there dont seem to be many bolts a couple of rivets though thanks

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    Anyone please?

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    Theres two bolts on the window slider, the actual motor is held in with rivets, thats all i remember anyways

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    Does the motor come complete with the runners etc or not cheers

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    no runners are part of the actual door mate, the motor has two arms which attach to the bottom of the glass

    You need a replacment motor as i have one here

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    Na mate its one i have sold

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