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  1. I'm trying to adjust the window dip. It opens ok, but won't stay open wide enough to clear. After attempting to close it will open enough to close normally. I replaced the wires between all the micro switches. I was looking into adjusting the adjustments from the bottom of the door.
  2. Yes, several times. I'm wondering why the 'closed' latch doesn't make the windows raise like they do when closed for real. I'm still waiting for 'female' torx sockets. Who knew? None in country.
  3. I replaced the passenger door regulator and all works in the proper direction. The window is too high and the dip distance(80 MM) too great. I've got some photos to show the distances the window moves. But it the adjustment process I can't fool the door into thinking it is closed so the window goes all the way up and stays. I can get the latch to click but the window doesn't move. It will move when actually closed. I can't get to the torx screws on the bottom of the door since the window is not in the full up position. What else needs to be done to fool the door and get the window up?
  4. It was the regulator. I went with the diagnosis that if you can push the window down it would be the regulator. Now it all works correctly. Putting is in was a little tricky. You don't have to unplug the airbag. I did, as per some videos, and got the air bag fail light since I had to plug up the battery to move the window to get to the screws. I had to go to a buddy to get the light reset.
  5. Boxster 2003 window on passenger side will not drop to open the door with either inside or outside handle. I replaced the micro switch from the outside handle to no effect. Windows drop with unlocking top. Driver door works normally. Inside window switch works with no noises from regulator.
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