170 Series Rear window motor

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Have a 170 type SLK where the rear window has failed,although the roof is still operating.
Is there anything that is common on these,& if it is the motor does it need to be programmed in?
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Are we talking about the side rear windows, never had a thread on those, some are cranked
 
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Are we talking about the side rear windows, never had a thread on those, some are cranked

Thats the ones-they only work (or in this case,one went down but not up) with the roof.
Coming in later in the week,so I thought it best to do a little research.
 

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I will give you all of the help that you need,,if its on WIS you can have it, I will look tonight
 
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I will give you all of the help that you need,,if its on WIS you can have it, I will look tonight

That would be great-my workload is through the roof at the moment & I'm stuck at home today with the trots!!
 

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I have sent you 4 papers on doing the job, the amount of dismantling will start you wishing that you had a sweet shop, rather than repairing cars:D;)
 
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I have sent you 4 papers on doing the job, the amount of dismantling will start you wishing that you had a sweet shop, rather than repairing cars:D;)

You truly are a gentleman,thank you very much indeed!!
Having this to hand takes the guesswork out of such jobs & makes life much easier.
Thanks again.
 
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Just for reference,the job was a doddle.
It's worth spending time getting the window glass positioned in the new regulator as close to the old one (I used a jig of plywood & nails, took 10 mins) as possible in order to save time on the adjustments.
 

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