3 door 306d Front Drivers window motor,

Discussion in 'Peugeot 306' started by SoundBytes, Oct 14, 2007.

  1. SoundBytes

    SoundBytes Guest

    My Electric window mechanism on the Drivers door (UK) has broken, I
    have bought two off ebay and they are both the wrong ones, I'm close to
    giving up, is there anyone in the uk got one? know where I can buy one? a
    new one is more than I can afford. I want to sell the car now, I have a
    company car, I love it but the little darling has to go its silly to have it
    stood on the drive but I would like the window to work before I do sell it.

    Thanks in advance

    SoundBytes, Oct 14, 2007
  2. SoundBytes

    SoundBytes Guest

    Oooops, forgot to say, its a 1997 306d Turbo 3 door
    SoundBytes, Oct 14, 2007
  3. SoundBytes

    Brian Guest

    First, are you sure that the motor has broken? The more common fault on
    these is the wiring harness between the car and the door.
    Brian, Oct 14, 2007
  4. SoundBytes

    SoundBytes Guest

    Hi I should have explained a little more, the whole mechanism is broken, and
    its all moulded so I can't repair it or open it up.

    the cable that runs along the pulley's is all twisted and its jammed the

    thanks anyway
    SoundBytes, Oct 14, 2007
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    Brian Guest

    Have you tried any breakers yards?
    Brian, Oct 14, 2007
  6. SoundBytes

    SoundBytes Guest

    I have tried breakers yards, online breakers, findapart.com tried it all, I
    must have a type that is not the unusual....I took the two I had to work and
    with a little bit of welding and some engineering, I have manged to repair
    the old one, after breaking open the motor and reomving the wires that
    attach to the pully wheels, I just hope that the center pinon holds, if it
    works once or twice it should last for ever.......fingers crossed

    thanks for the help Brian

    SoundBytes, Oct 15, 2007
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    Brian Guest

    Sorry I couldn't do more.
    Brian, Oct 15, 2007
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