Question about 2002 Volkswagen Cabrio
I can hear the motor trying to bring it up, repair shop told me it was a switch that would be $200 to replace. They put in the switch and that was not the issue now they are saying it's the motor for the auto windows....but I can hear it and they want $500 to look at it and fix it?? I am positive this is a common problem that I can fix, how can I get to the bottom of this myself I really would not like to be taken advantage of. Is there a diagram out there or some tips that I could try?
First off, if they could hear the motor, they took advantage of you already!! These windows are cable driven and there is no way to repair the motor and regulator assembly. The regulator you may be able to do by yourself depending on your skill level. A new (or used) window regulator will need to be purchased. Let me know what else you may need.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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