Re: Closing Drivers Window
Thanks for the helpful advice.
I have taken the door card off and jiggled the micro switch a few times and it has come good. It did not need any adjustment, it must have been a loose connection. All works OK now.
If anone is interested, here are the steps I took for removing the door card. I hope it helps someone else.
You will need a blunt butter knife, phillips head drivers and hex drivers.
And some patience. The job took me about 20 mins.
1. Fully lower window, then
2. Remove screw and cheater triangle cover
3. Remove 2 screws from front edge of door
4. Remove 2 recessed screws from underneath door
5. Remove screw from behind swingout door handle lever.
6. Remove 2 screws from door storage pocket and remove pocket.
7. Prise out window switch and remove hidden screw. Prise only from top and bottom of switch surround. NOT from sides. Once switch is out, carefully unplug the connectors, however with mine, the switchs actually pulled out from the surround. I could not easily disconnect the plugs.
8. Carefully Prise out speaker grill cover held in by 4 clips. Use a blunt butter knife to do that. Wedge in at 3,6,9 & 12 O'clock positions.
9. Remove 4 screws holding in speaker and disconnect connector.
10. Lift UP door card and it should come up with ease.
11. Hold door card next to door as it still has things connected to it
12. Unplug the tweeter connector.
13. Disconnect courtesy light at bottom of door.
14. Unclip door handle steel cable. To do that you need to carefully lever or swing away a small clip and then the steel pin will slide up and out.
15 to get to the micro switch you need to prise away the protective door sheet.
Follow the steps in reverse to put it all back.