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Old 27th-March-2012, 12:13
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Default Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem My tailgate window is lowering by about 3 mm, but you can pull the window down with your hand another inch.. when you shut the door it will raise up the full inch, but still only lower a few millimetres.
It is as if the cables have play in them. Is there any adjustments I can make?
I have done the calibrating procedure, removing the battery etc.
2001 softback 3 door commercial TD4
thanks in advance
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Old 28th-March-2012, 07:50
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

I am having the same sort of problem if I have the window down with the engine running it goes up but if the engine if off it will only go up half way I have done all the calibration but to no avail any ides's chaps
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Old 28th-March-2012, 10:12
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

Hi guys,

I don't know if this helps.

If your rear wiper is not working and is not parked properly (like mine is) then the the read window will not open from the switch on the dash.

This is becasue the car thinks that the wiper is in use.

Thanks
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Old 28th-March-2012, 10:43
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

Thanks for the replies. Will have a look at the wiper when I get home in 10 days. :top:
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Old 2nd-July-2012, 14:35
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

Hi Xant14, did you ever sort out the rear window problem, as I seem to have exactly the same problem. The window will not lower enough to open, but if you pull it, when the tailgate is closed the window shuts as it should. All the other operations on the window either from the switch or from the fob and key all work perfectly? Normally, I wouldn't be too bothered, but I have a Freelander commercial (old one 2000) bought to take my dogs out, and the tailgate window problem makes it all a bit difficult when getting my three big dogs out of it

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Old 3rd-July-2012, 16:37
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

Looks like you'll have to take the trim off and check the cables. If a cable has broken or the tensioner isn't operating then the window won't go down when opening the door.

Allan
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Old 4th-July-2012, 16:53
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

Thank you Allan. The Cables seem fine, can't seem to find the tensioner, but put in an extra piece of plastic to put more tension on one of the cables and it is now working, but still cannot see why it stopped in the first place. If it goes again, I think I will replace the regulator
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Old 5th-July-2012, 09:23
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

The motor operates for a set time. If there is slack in the cable then even if it just takes up the slack rather than move the window. The tesioner is an assembly with a spring around it on one of the cable entries to the motor.

Allan
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Old 16th-July-2012, 19:51
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

my problem is when window right down and i use the switch to raise half way the window lowers itself
I have to raise window all the way up then edge the switch to lower a quarter
i have removed the fuses lately so not sure if i have upset the window switch mechanism
any help would be great
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Old 17th-July-2012, 09:50
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Default Re: Freelander TD4 Rear Window problem

Your window is working correctly. You cannot stop the window on the way up. You must stop the window in the desired position on the way down.

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