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Old 10-20-2008, 05:09 PM
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edited the first post to reflect 12mm...Thanks again and congrats on the fix
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thanks again. fixed the passenger motor today and did the reset.

thank you
Old 11-16-2008, 05:51 PM
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congrats man! thanks for the reply!
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My driver-side window started slowing down a few months ago, and ocasionally has stopped responding altogether. Smacking the middle of the door panel would usually help. But the past few weeks, it's been so bad that I would have to manually pull up on the window while using the switch. Sometimes that wouldn't even work. It would even roll down halfway when I'd lock my car. Irritating to say the least. I read your DIY last week and figured I'd give it a try. Considering how bad my window was, I figured I'd definitely need a new motor, not just a cleaning. Well, I am happy to report that I just followed your DIY and it fixed the problem!! Rolls up and down nicely and smoothly now. Thanks!!!! It's much appreciated!!!
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no prob man!! glad it worked out for you !
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awesome thanks man!
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no problem man! anything to help out the G35 group with saving money.
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i need a pic of the wires that go to the switch went to pull out all the wire came out need help
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need help

put the switch off all the wire came out need to know were the pin go back to
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Old 12-05-2008, 05:23 PM
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pm replied...do you mean the window switch wiring harness?
Old 12-05-2008, 05:26 PM
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is that what you are talking about..

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Old 12-09-2008, 09:27 PM
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for those individuals who pull out the wires on accident.

here is what I could get.

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Almost went and spent some money for a new motor, but thought I'd do a little research first. Glad I found this thread. Just cleaned up the motor on my passenger side window because I was having issues (I used a scotchbrite pad to clean the contacts and it looks new again). Went ahead and did the reset process as well. Works flawlessly now.

Thanks so much for the write up and I noticed you're local, so next time I see you I'll have to shake your hand and give props!
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glad to see that you saved money man!! Thanks again for the comments.

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