March 4, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: You'll need two of these: 51337075383 To be sure, Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799 - Nick at Pelican Parts Yyrd Comments: link for R53 Window Regulator Bracket, or the Feet the window regulator sits on? Fit perfectly and removal was a breeze. Your Mini Cooper will reward you for installing the correct auto parts to perform at top efficiency. Could either of these problems be causing the the whistling noise and would there be a possible fix. You could always check if there is someone local willing to lend it to you. I would appreciate more detailed info for the rear regulator. 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. Carol, who sent the picture, wrote: Last Sunday I opened the car from a distance of about 30 feet it was parked in an open garage and my back window shattered into thousands of bits!! They can figure out what part or repair kit you need.
Just do the front one and follow the same instructions. Start at the upper rear side and stick a large flat head screwdriver in between the door panel and the door. Work your way around the outside of the door panel and pry it loose from all the retention clips, then pull it out and up to remove the panel. The green arrows show the direction of adjustment possible. April 1, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Excellent! Step 8: Standing outside of the car and looking down into the door cavity from the top, you can see two white plastic nylon clips that secure the cable assembly to the inside of the door. Step 21: Place assembly into the door cavity taking this time to reattach the electrical cable to the motor.
April 12, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Could be stuck to the glass. July 14, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the additional info. Easy fix and much less frustrating than finding out after install. Keep in mind that you will need to maneuver the door panel up and off of the door lock button. Unfortunately, genuine window regulators can cost an arm and a leg and many other alternatives are built with questionable quality.
They can help you find the right part. I can wind the regulator with a pair of pliers but it is very stiff. I tried to hit the door like I see on a lot of vids but no luck. I was pulling up and not sure if it is a left-hand threaded or something. Or just take a photo.
Door panel barely pried open. September 13, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: I don't believe so. I did have to remove the motor and add it to the regulator but it was simple enough, took me about 2 hours to do the replacement. Elaborately excellent tips and photos. The power window fuse is located in the interior fuse box, which is located in the driver's footwell. Trying to open or close your power windows but getting no response is an annoying problem. If these break you will have to figure something out.
The following describes how to fix the problem. The first one have a blue connector motor with 4 screws, and the second have a yellow connector motor with 3 screws. I've included a picture that shows how the glass can move with the peg loose See. Replace the rubber seals that cover the 10mm screws. Part seems to be fairly sturdy, and dropped in with out any issues. Step 16: Remove the motor assembly from the rail. Now, look at the sides of the door panel.
This makes the window regulator assembly work harder than it normally does, and this can cause the window to fall into the door off its rails. Remove the three Phillips head screws that hold the power window motor to the door, and the four 10mm bolts: two on the bottom of the door and two on top of the regulator track. What is this part no. If the glass needs adjustment, you can move it around before tightening the sprockets. It will have the procedure, special tools and torque specs. Always consult a certified automotive mechanic before making important automotive repair and service decisions. Sounds rattling as the were loose screws or clips.
Once this is done, the window may be moved up or down to any level desired. Also,Thank you for such great step by step directions!! Look at the rear of the door and remove the small black clip that holds one of the window cables to the door See. Just carefully work the rail loose until you can move it enough to reach the plug on the motor. 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. This is how you really install a radar detector. Step 32: With the door slightly closed and ajar in the first click position, the window should be square and touching the rubber seal gently use a piece of paper to feel the pressure.
I appreciate any advice you might have. Make sure that it goes up and down easily with no noise or binding. You maybe found some info on the web about the motor being burnt out and maybe trying to pound the door just above the speaker to see if this jars the motor back to working order but nothing. That was much easier and faster January 16, 2013 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the info, I'm sure this will help someone inthe future. If so, how can I get the same type of instructions? Place the foot of the rear rail on the plastic foot at the bottom and loosely thread the bolt in at the bottom See. It should take just a little bit of force to pop the door panel off.
Step 27: Place the glass back into the door and hand tighten the sprocket window clamps. Anyway to get around it? I would grab a repair manual. January 25, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the feedback. When your regulator or motor begin to fail, then there is usually a problem with the regulator assembly, and it needs to get replaced. Thanks for the follow up and sharing your experience - Nick at Pelican Parts mongoman7071 Comments: I've found a adjustment rod with a jam-nut located on the lower cable on the Outboard rail ,just above the lower-pulley. Other forums are no help on this.