Question about 2002 Volkswagen Golf
My passenger side window has fallen inside the door frame when my husband used my car. I have taken the panel off to find an enclosed metal cover with all the wiring etc. I have managed to take it off enough (but not all the way as not too sure how to do it) and have discovered two pieces of plastic in the bottom of the door. I think these belonged to the plastic piece that holds a wire which makes the window move up and down as well as hold the window in place.?? It looks like there should be two of these parts, one on each side and one of the peices looks like it snapped a long time ago.
I am confident enough to work out how to put them back on once I work out how to take metal panel off. I need to know what these parts are called and where I can get replacements...
The glass is currently pushed up so it looks closed and I have wedged something down the gap and hope it will stay up long enough for me to get the new peices.
A diagrame of the window workings would be helpful if you know where I can get one.
I am in the UK so please dont get confused with my email.
I look forward to your help..
You need to get a window regulator repair kit from a VW main dealer,they are about £30.....they always brake,the new part has metal clamps and is a far superior item....i would strongly recomend you take it to a dealer or specialist it is a fairly tricky job and not for the DIYer...it should cost you about 1 1/4 hours labour but it will save you some pain....cheers
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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