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    damn this think is defeating me i got door card off and can see this piece of metal that slide accross it does not have a bit on th end the push agains from through the hole in the side of the car mine also had no rubber bung but this



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    the tiny hole to poke through under rubber piece




    now if i put window down i can access it getter but glass is in th way so i think i need to remore the glass to get in to it any linkey for talking out the passanger coupe window glass i tried searching a few times to no avail


    thanks guys! oh i poster up an introduction now too
     
     

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    any ideas ppl it drivin me potty cant have it like this for the silverstone meet haha!

    i had another go today to no av avail i just cant get on the the back clamping plate :( anyone know what i need to do
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    this simple looking task has now anoyed me so much i think i am going to take it to a body shop unless anyone can suggest anything else!??


    getting worried about the sheer amount of rain getting in now!


    one positive note is my windows intermittantly dont go up in 1 pust and bounce back down like they think there is an obstruction... well there was the stupid rubber bit i pictured above they work perfect with that removed! so i have modified them a bit
     
     

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    You will be best to remove the door card so you can see what you are doing properly and then remove the window like you mentioned, see here http://www.pelicanparts.com/bmw/tech...er-Windows.htm

    They are a fiddle

    IIRC you may have to remove the window rail so you can get in there easier? Been ages since I did one.
     
     

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    thanks m8 i can easily remove the door card its the glass i cant figure out how 2 take out and see no mention of it in that link you posted?
     
     

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