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Old 01-06-2016, 05:39 PM
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Default BMW E46 Convertible

Hello guys!

I'm new here. I try to search for information about my e46 convertible frond doors windows regulators but it was no success.

My specific question is: is it possible to reprogram how much window will open when doors are opened? I know what it is possible to adjust windows with bolts inside doors with help of repair manual.

Why i need this? The problem it's self is because window opening not by the same dimension every time, some times its opening normally, but sometimes it's opening to little, so maybe i need to do something about regulator it's self or maybe there is some kind of maintenance of regulator? as far as i know regulator are controlled with only one cable, so there are only mechanic stop in upper and lower positions.

Ok, maybe somebody will have some ideas.

Thanks in advance :)


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