Thinking outside the Box December 18, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Let us know how it works out. It's important to line up each clip with it's corresponding hole in the door. January 2, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the follow up. He thinks it the ajustment that was blocking the glass from going up. I am guessing that your question is in regards to a child's safety in the rear of the vehicle. By - June 16, 2016 This article applies to the Mini Cooper 2001-present. It's important to get a personalized quote that is based on your location, the make, year and model of your car.
Slide the door glass back in the door and hand-tighten the sprockets. We live in the British Virgin Islands, where there are no qualified Mini mechanics. Reinstall the three plastic cable clips inside the door. No have one T30 Torx screws that I show it in my picture already. I goes up part way then stops and comews down again.
This article applies to the 1st Gen Mini. The green arrows show the direction of adjustment possible. If you are going a replacement the clamps near the top were not included so be careful and pull the ones off the existing, they are not sold seperatly. Your beloved Mini definitely is compactly sized, but it packs tons of motoring pep. Is there any significant difference in the procedure here? Once these have been removed, lift the glass straight up to pull it out of the door.
July 21, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: You can try vise grips. Try fixing the door lock actuator. Step 4 — Check the power window motor It could be faulty. Otherwise, the air pressure inside the car could damage the window if you were to slam it hard. Part arrived in good working order. May 4, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Glad we could help. Or, see what other about this article.
If these break you will have to figure something out. I suggest starting with the bottom edge first and slide it back far enough so that you can reconnect the harness going to the window motor See. Check to see if there is any rust or grime on it, and put some lubricant on the arms where the parts move. Give it a slight push and both the front and rear. The window glass is secured to the regulator rails with two interesting looking cog-shaped pegs. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need.
These two sprockets hold the door glass to the window track. Pop off the door handle trim yellow , then remove the reflector purple , and door panel screws green. This is how you really install a radar detector. This was confirmed by a Mini dealer parts department. I was pulling up and not sure if it is a left-hand threaded or something. At this point, take the window glass and carefully feed it through the top channel and down into the cup-like receiver on each regulator rail See. It is possible the regulator was crooked when the motor was installed.
Keep in mind that you will need to maneuver the door panel up and off of the door lock button. Up is down and down is up. Test the window to make sure it is working properly. If you can do the yoga Eagle posture, you can do this Then, using a simply flat head, lever it into a gear and push it tight. What can I force, break, pry, cut etc to lower the window enough to get the pegs out? It may make sense to get the whole assembly when buying a new motor.
These pegs aren't easily visible from outside the door. Compare it to the other side window that you are not replacing. I appreciate any advice you might have. I live more than 3 hours from the nearest dealer and appreciate being able to do this fix myself. Step 16: Remove the motor assembly from the rail.