Electric windows

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One thing that comes as a little bit of a surprise is how many of us have
suffered with this window problem. Its especially galling when you sit in an
ancient Range Rover whose electric windows whip up and down faster than a
whores drawers. At first I was adamant that I would get to the bottom of
this problem but it seems that all bases have already been covered. It would
appear that it is the ambient temperature that causes the problem. I think I
may now look into fitting manual wind up mechanism. Thanks for all your
replies.
Regards Kirk
 
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Not a bad idea at all?would it be possible to fit only on the driver side
-back windows work properly in my opinion
cheers
Lubo
On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 6:59 PM, kirk ross <
[Email address removed]> wrote:
> One thing that comes as a little bit of a surprise is how many of us have
> suffered with this window problem. Its especially galling when you sit in an
> ancient Range Rover whose electric windows whip up and down faster than a
> whores drawers. At first I was adamant that I would get to the bottom of
> this problem but it seems that all bases have already been covered. It would
> appear that it is the ambient temperature that causes the problem. I think I
> may now look into fitting manual wind up mechanism. Thanks for all your
> replies.
>
> Regards Kirk
>
 
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