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picture wanted of the rear glass closing mechanism

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My wifes 2008 TT has just been serviced at the dealer. They lubricated everything and my guess is that they forgot to install the plastic which covers the closing thing on the glass. Not sure, but I don't believe that it was the same when I brought the car. I can now see the inside 'mechanism'on the rear of the glass.

Perhaps my descripion is poor, but I mean the 'thing'on the inside of the glass in the (horizontally) middle of the window, 5 inches above the rear view camara. Or 10 inches avbove the cayenne description on the back.

A picture would be great.

Many regards,


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If you mean the cover over the rotation point of the rear wiper (with the switch on the back) - this is a common loss. Unfortunately Porsche no longer sells just the cover (which was a few $$) - they now only sell the switch with the cover - for around $30/USD.. and no one needs the switch. When you get the new one, besides the snap on catches (which break) - use a bit of contact adhesive on it.. it might survive going through the car wash that way. Oh - the dealer would have no reason to remove this cover - there is nothing to lubricate behind it - unless they were replacing the entire rear wiper arm.

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