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Old 01-15-2013, 05:07 AM
topdriller topdriller is offline
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Location: Crete
 
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Mein Auto: x3
R56 window mechanism

Hi,

My wife has a 2007 Mini Cooper and a few days ago I took it to my local garage (I live on Crete, Greece) and asked them to re paint the roof.

I also asked them to check the passenger door (it's a LHD) because the window was not closing correctly i.e. it would close but not tight under the lip of the roof like it's supposed to and because of this it leaves a small gap between door and roof. You can push the glass in but this is obviously none too satisfactory.

Anyway, they came back to me this morning and said I would need a complete new mechanism - not the motor - and it would cost 180.

I have a couple of questions.

1. Does it really need a new mechanism or is this a common problem others have come across and is there a simple fix?

2. If it does need a new mechanism where's the best place to buy in the UK or US? I've checked all the usual suspects e.g. eBay and found one for 40 but unfortunately it was for the other door.

Any help / advice would be much appreciated.

Cheers,

TD
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