Peugeot Problem Windows

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  1. brodie

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    Morning all,

    I hope someone can help please!

    We have a problem with the windows in the cab winding up and down and now has progressed to one window opening by itself and the other totally stuck:cry:.

    Rich has taken the door apart to find the problem and it is the support bracket at the bottom which the glass sits on. It is totally rusty and corroded with bits brocken off. I have done a search and come across a thread somewhere that it is a common fault given the age of it (1994).

    So...does anyone know where I can get a replacement from or point me in the right direction? Or do you think I will need to get something fabricated? I have done a google search for the part but there's not really anything standing out.

    Thanks in advance :thumb:

    Vik
     
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    Hi

    No it isn't it is like a U shape with a bracket coming of it in the middle. I have searched e-bay but couldn't come up with anything. Yes, the picture is rubbish.

    Thanks though
     
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    Check this site

    http://www.no1gear.com/newrecycledparts1.html

    Think the part you describe is the 5th photo on the right hand side, I have used this company for this very part, easy to replace I set the glass in the channel in silicone and left the windows shut for 2 days.

    Nick
     
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    Yipeeee!!! FANTASTIC. Thanks so much that is exactly it. Cheers:thumb:
     
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    Glad to be of help.

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