[TR] 1965 triumph TR4A window problem
allen.k.hess at gmail.com
Sun Jun 21 12:31:03 MDT 2020
Plate #104 is an adjustable stop. Don’t remember, but it maybe controls up. Plate #62 is the lowered stop. Also on one of my doord, bolt #98 had worn its hole in the sheet metal and one of the X bars of #86 (one with the slot?) had bent. All of that due to worn channels, misalignment etc. So I’d start with the first two.
Allen Hess, TR4 since ‘67
> On Jun 20, 2020, at 6:59 PM, Bob Leaver <boleaver at gmail.com> wrote:
> My drivers window will not go down all the way. It leaves 2 inches of
> window left to roll down. It just comes to a sudden stop and won't go
> further. I've taken the door apart and inspected. I can't find
> anything odd. When I measured the window height of the window and
> compare it to the passenger side it's about 1 !/2" higher when rolled
> up. I've checked the gears and the teeth look good and the coil spring
> looks good. I guess I'm going to have to take the passenger door apart
> and really compare the two. Any ideas?
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