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Ve Window regulator issue

Paulyk123

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Hi Guys

installed a new window regulator to my right rear door. Tested it and it worked fine.

tried again after 10 mins and she stoped working. What do you reckon the issue is. Blown fuse?
 

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why wouldnt you check the fuse before posting
 

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Try operating the window whilst moving the door, may have an intermittent connection.
Might be a broken wire in the loom through the door jamb.
 

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Hi Guys

installed a new window regulator to my right rear door. Tested it and it worked fine.

tried again after 10 mins and she stoped working. What do you reckon the issue is. Blown fuse?
Hey Paulyk123, question; how hard was it to get the regulator out of the door once unbolted?
My left rear on my VE SV6 wagon has gone and gotten the cable all sorts of f'd up inside the wheel. Its still all attached inside the door, but I'm trying to see if I can get it out without it being a pain in the ass.
 

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Hey Paulyk123, question; how hard was it to get the regulator out of the door once unbolted?
My left rear on my VE SV6 wagon has gone and gotten the cable all sorts of f'd up inside the wheel. Its still all attached inside the door, but I'm trying to see if I can get it out without it being a pain in the ass.
hey mate

wasn’t to hard, once the trim is off I taped the glass to the door To keep it in place. I didn’t take a photo but it wasn’t to hard replacing the regulator. It’s easier if you have your replacement regulator near by to compare which nuts need to be removed.

hardest part is removing the door trim but the below link will help

https://www.autoinstruct.com.au/manufacturer/holden/ve-commodore/removing-rear-door-trims/
 

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hey mate

wasn’t to hard, once the trim is off I taped the glass to the door To keep it in place. I didn’t take a photo but it wasn’t to hard replacing the regulator. It’s easier if you have your replacement regulator near by to compare which nuts need to be removed.

hardest part is removing the door trim but the below link will help

https://www.autoinstruct.com.au/manufacturer/holden/ve-commodore/removing-rear-door-trims/
Legend. Cheers.

I've already got the door trim, plastic and speaker all off. Now I just need to bite the bullet and remove the bloody reg.
Thanks mate. Much appreciated.
 

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When installing new reg, make sure the mounting plate for the window is half way down the reg will make installing so much easier
 
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