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Stanford

USA
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Posted - 06/06/2018 :  21:15:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The window was barely going up, and it finally burnt the switch. I took apart the door and found someone had already done some poor work.

The cover to the gear was at the bottom of the door, and the rivet that holds the arm wasn't there.




Someone has replace the rivet with a weld.




I don't know what the track should look like. This picture shows a tab bent over.




This picture shows that the edge isn't straight.




Stanford

1969 6.3 #137
1955 Chrysler Windsor

Jack English

USA
1090 Posts

Posted - 06/07/2018 :  00:27:10  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have bought new replacements for the motors and for the lift mechanism for both front doors from Tom Hanson at the Classic Center in recent years. You need the car's serial number as some motors are 3 wire and some two wire. Other stuff can be bent straight again if need be. For the cost, although not cheap, you really can't repair the old ones.

Jack English
300SEL 6.3 #4768
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Stanford

USA
161 Posts

Posted - 06/07/2018 :  13:01:28  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have a 3-wire regulator which is no longer available. I have good used motors and gears, but no good regulator.

Tom Hansen sent me the service bulletin on converting to a 2-wire, but doesn't have all the required parts, including the motor.

Thus I need to find either a 3-wire regulator, or the parts needed to do the conversion.

Stanford

1969 6.3 #137
1955 Chrysler Windsor
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