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erey

drivers door travel

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I need some help on how to adjust the up travel (close) on the drivers window, is traveling about .300" more than the passenger side and its making a clicking noise once it reaches its travel as compare to the other door. i beleive there are some kind of adjustment on the bottom of the door but i would like to confirmed. car is a 2007 997.1 S

Thank you all in advance

ER

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Have you tried this:

Storing end position of the windows

If the battery is disconnected and reconnected, the

windows will not be raised automatically when the

door is closed.

1. Close the windows with the rocker switch once.

2. Press the rocker switch upwards again to

store the end position of the windows in the

control unit.

Edited by alpine-al

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Have you tried this:

Storing end position of the windows

If the battery is disconnected and reconnected, the

windows will not be raised automatically when the

door is closed.

1. Close the windows with the rocker switch once.

2. Press the rocker switch upwards again to

store the end position of the windows in the

control unit.

No the issue i have is a little over travel in the close position and i need to adjust the end travel / stop limit i know there are adjustments torqs in the bottom of the door but i need some guidance as to how to proceed to adjust

Loren if you can please give me some guidance

tthanks again to all

ER

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It is more likely a bad regulator than an adjustment.

Either way the inside door panel likely needs to come off for inspection or adjustment.

Thanks Loren

today i removed the plastic cover on the bottom of door and with the windown down you can see the torque screw adjustment my window operates OK the issue is compare to other door the travel going up close pos is a bit to much can this adjustment take care of .200 to .500 inch?

thanks

ER

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