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Cabrio rear pass window stuck up


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The rear passenger window on my 2005 997 cab is stuck in the up position. I took off the side panel and it appears that the window mechanism is behind the convertible mechanism. Is there any trick to getting easy access to the rear window mechanism? Anything other than a bad motor/controller that would cause it to completely stop working? The switches are working OK, as the other windows are working fine, as is the top. Durametric is showing the following code:

8041:

Rear right window lifter

No signal/communication

Is it possible the error is in some other module, such as the window controller in either of the doors?

Pete

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Here is a picture.

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Part 2 is the motor and part 4 drives something.

I think your windows work with an electric motor but

there is the hydraulic pump also in the picture.

Someone with more knowledge might know what drives the small

windows up and down.

Good luck.

Paul

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