Question about 1996 Volkswagen Cabrio
I would strongly suggest buying a new one. they are not that expensive i dont think. and they arent terribly complicated to replace but there are quite a few steps and it would be difficult for me to explain them. a repair shop should not charge you any more than 2.0 hours to replace the regulator. if they quote you 3 or more i would check elsewhere. also you can look on craigslist in the "automotive services" category for techs doing work cheaper on the side.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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Unfasten the bolts (1) and remove window regulator
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