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I have a 1988 MB 560 sec 2 door,just bought it,last day right rear window slipped down a bit,and the button to raise it up does not work. I checked the motor, by the glass, I THINK I can fix this, but need to know HOW to replace the glass along with the motor. If anyone has a diagram,or pics it would be really helpful for me. This leaves me puzzled..Thank you for helping fix my window!

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  • yilmazhocamm Aug 09, 2008

    This is not a slow running problem,560 sec is acoupe car and rear windows working different than the front,my problems are:
    1.How can take out to window motor,because body hole too small,have to some tricks.
    2.how can fix to window glass to the motor's arm,
    3.If it possible,I need repair manual pictures for them,
    thank you for your help
    yilmaz

  • yilmazhocamm Aug 09, 2008

    Sorry,maybe I can't tell my problem clearly.I don't have any problem with fuse,electrical,wire or fuse.everythings OK.
    1.How can attach windows to arm of to motors
    2.How can I take out motor from small body hole
    because somethings stuck inside,If the manufacture put this motor there,we can take out
    please read problems very carefully and ask questions

  • yilmazhocamm Aug 09, 2008

    Yes ,You right I needs this book,but it dosen't help me today.Thank you very much for your help
    yilmaz

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Http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1988-Mercedes-126-Chassis-Body-Service-Repair-Manual_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ34227QQihZ001QQitemZ110213217143QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWD1V
That should be the service manual for your benz. This will give you all the information you need and is well worth its price as doing this one job yourself pays for the book and then some. If you need any other assistance let me know. This is the manual the MB mechanics would use.
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Check first if any fuse is blown. If not check lift switch and power window mechanism for normal operation and if engaged with glass.

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Try checking this link I think it will help you http://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/04/d1/c7/0900823d8004d1c7/repairInfoPages.htm

Hope that helps.............

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