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    Hi guys, I fitted my leather interior yesterday, well, all bar the rear door cards because I was knackered. My question is, how do I get the window winder off to remove the door card, and the new ones being out of an Elite (electric windows) have a circle on the inside marking where the winder fits, is it just a case of drilling this out. Thx Col.

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    Check the 'How2' for fitting electric windows Col hth ......................

    http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showthread.php?t=53134

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    Hi guys, I fitted my leather interior yesterday, well, all bar the rear door cards because I was knackered. My question is, how do I get the window winder off to remove the door card, and the new ones being out of an Elite (electric windows) have a circle on the inside marking where the winder fits, is it just a case of drilling this out. Thx Col.
    Hi mate,when I changed my speakers in the back doors I used a small flat bladed screwdriver to gentle ease out the window winder which lets you see a small clip. Use another small screwdriver to push this clip away from the handle just watch where it goes bcoz it comes off quite fast. The clip is shaped like a horse shoe. Then I think it would be a case of drilling the hole in the new doorcard for the handle to go on again. And the re-fitting of the clip is just a case of pushing it back onto the handle. Hth you bud.


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    Thanks Terry, I did a quick search but came up blank, but that link you put up tells all I need to know, so If this rain ever stops I'll get out there and sort it. Thx again.

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    Cheers BK hopefully I can get out there and sort it.

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    I must say the cloth bit is a bit of a fiddle (Mr Plasma did mine ) but it does work hope the rain stops for you ..............

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    Job done guys, a bit fiddley getting the winder off though, I found swearing at it and calling it names helped. Thx again for your help.....Regards Col.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badback View Post
    Job done guys, a bit fiddley getting the winder off though, I found swearing at it and calling it names helped. Thx again for your help.....Regards Col.

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    I've just got to get the new rear door cards drilled and fitted, then I'll stick some pics up Terry. Regards A Happy Bunny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badback View Post
    I found swearing at it and calling it names helped. Thx again for your help.....Regards Col.
    TOTALLY Agree mate! Always works a treat. Thats the secret tool!


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