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Grabber Lime Restoration Update - Quarter Window - Power
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Awesome work as usual!

As my 71 also has the PW front and back, I'll be doing similar on mine at some point.
Any detail of importance I should really pay attention to during removal (something that breaks easy)? Also how did you power them during de-re- assembly? As I will need power them with a battery, are the wire combos up /down easy doable at connector or would it be a good idea to find a spare connector to connect to a portable power source? As the parts for these are not growing on trees around here, I'd very much love to avoid to fry a motor or damage something.

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(09-23-2019, 08:57 AM)Fabrice Wrote: Awesome work as usual!

As my 71 also has the PW front and back, I'll be doing similar on mine at some point.
Any detail of importance I should really pay attention to during removal (something that breaks easy)? Also how did you power them during de-re- assembly? As I will need power them with a battery, are the wire combos up /down easy doable at connector or would it be a good idea to find a spare connector to connect to a portable power source? As the parts for these are not growing on trees around here, I'd very much love to avoid to fry a motor or damage something.
Nothing that can really brake on these taking them in and out.   I did make a connector so I can attach it to a battery so i could move it up and down as you will need to do that to align the glass before you put your interior together.  They only thing you need to make sure you don't lose is the cage nuts on the floor that the bracket attaches to.  Those just sit in there and could come out when taking your bracket it out.  If you lose any, just let me know and I will send some.

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thx for the tips.
I have no idea of what I'll find there as the interior is still in the car. Tho I've seen all 4 windows operating decades ago when my friend was the owner and nothing was done on these (just like for the rest). So all should be there.

For the connector, its a 3 wires one? shared ground and + wire for up and another one for - ?

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Connector is power, up, and down.

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