The window should open uniformly across the top of the glass and drop down about 13mm. October 15, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Part of the door latch. What do you suggest me to try? With certain products, you have the choice between new parts and genuine Porsche parts which have been reworked and approved by Porsche. Is there a way to buy just the circuit module that attaches to the motor. I did not realize the window had not lowered itself. April 19, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: You could have a bad pin switch in the door latch or inner handle. I got a new window motor and installed it but my window still doesn't go down.
I replaced the fuseD1 but still no power. Did you have to swap the motor over? Then I noticed that when using the switch to fully lower then raise the window, there was a grinding sound coming from inside the door towards the aft rearmost track of the window regulator. You will be responsible for paying return shipping fees. It moves down but not up. In addition, the driver side window does not work at all. Now when you pull the inner or outer door handle the window lowers part way but not enough to open the door.
April 4, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Typical of a bad window regulator. Booster S 987 New Forest United Kingdom June 17, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the feedback. Items returned must be accompanied by the original packaging and materials. When we both do our parts, we guarantee your 100% satisfaction. C- Make sure that the glass is aligned properly left-to-right in the holding clamps.
Unfortunately, there was no apparent way to permanently enact this change. Try cleaning and lubricating the door latch. I would clean and lubricate the door latch. After recharge, everything seems to be working fine except drivers door window. May 24, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the feedback. Lastly when I was looking at the new regulator I noticed a series of 4 spring clips on one motor end of the cable. If it does not, the microswitch is likely sticking or not sending the correct signal.
Sounds like the motor is faulty and is unable to tell when it is in the end position. I've read the articles from the book 101 projects and have a quick couple of questions. July 22, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Sounds like the window may need to be intialized. If the power is disconnected from the car, the power windows lose their reference point for the closed position and need to be re-initialized. Figure 6 Window adjustment can be a bit tricky.
June 9, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: The instructions are the article I linked. Double-check all the fuses that control the power windows, and swap out the relays to make sure that there isn't a problem with them. May 3, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Other than replacing the regulator, no. In my mind, I thought maybe the window itself was not seated well in the regulator what do I know; that is what it acts like. February 7, 2019 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Try to initialize it.
With your fingers clearly out of the way, hook up the power connections to the window motor, and try to raise and lower the window. Push the motor into the door and pull it down so that you can access the studs that you just took the nuts off of. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need. Go back to the window switch and see if the window moves. Remove the two screws in the coin tray inset , and then pull out the assembly. D- Check the distance that the window sits into the seal by using small pieces of Post-It notes affixed to the window.
I would operate the switch and see if the motor is getting power and ground when you attmept to open and close it. There is a pop when the window get all the way up. Can I remove the glass and operate the motor to help isolate the problem? I had to open top from passenger side to open driver door. When I try to use the button, you can here things moving in the door but the window will not move. Is there a way to test the voltage for each direction with a multimeter to see why one works and the other does not? I opened the door panel, but can't tell if the regulator needs adjustment or not.
B- With the roof up, push the door near to being closed and measure the distance that the top of the window is located above the bottom edge of the seal. July 16, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Replace the window regulator. There may be a price difference between the incorrect part and the correct part. Disconnect the four mounting points for the regulator green arrow and it should slide out of the lower part of the door. April 2, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: The issue may be in the door latch switch.