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Old 29-09-10, 14:24   #126
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Guys, spray some armour-all into the window slides(or some type of lubricant?) and will make your windows go up and down quicker.
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Old 09-08-11, 15:04   #127
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Do you still do this? as I need mine done? or does any one else know where I can get it done?
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Old 07-01-13, 14:03   #128
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Yer still doing it, hit my email below as i hardly come on here anymore
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Old 07-01-13, 15:26   #129
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The correct product for your window guides is a product called DRY GLYDE spray in the grooves.If you use a wet product all that does is collect dust,Also remove the door pannels and lube the moving componates of the window regulator.

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Old 14-01-13, 20:06   #130
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Is there an easy way to take it apart and clean it yourself without breaking it?
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Old 14-01-13, 21:31   #131
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Yeah you just have to carefully trim the 5 or 6 tabs on the back where they look like they are melted/glued with a sharp knife to free them and then the surround will pop off. Clean the contacts with some electrical cleaner and maybe turn them 180deg before putting them back in
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Old 27-03-13, 18:09   #132
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Yeah you just have to carefully trim the 5 or 6 tabs on the back where they look like they are melted/glued with a sharp knife to free them and then the surround will pop off. Clean the contacts with some electrical cleaner and maybe turn them 180deg before putting them back in
Any more info on how to open these? Can't really see how it pulls apart?
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Old 04-08-13, 15:49   #133
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Just cleaned my switches contacts with acid, still doesnt work...

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Old 05-01-14, 18:06   #134
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fixed my front, but id love to know how to open rear switches, broke one trying to do so
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Old 05-01-14, 19:04   #135
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Yeah you just have to carefully trim the 5 or 6 tabs on the back where they look like they are melted/glued with a sharp knife to free them and then the surround will pop off. Clean the contacts with some electrical cleaner and maybe turn them 180deg before putting them back in
Not quite, there is a better way

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fixed my front, but id love to know how to open rear switches, broke one trying to do so
You need a special tool to open them
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