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Re: Renault Laguna II - Window regulator replacement

Hi there I have a laguna 2006 1.0 dci and have replaced regulator 3 times. so I went on line and found several sites for regulators.make sure that when ordering you check the number of pins in the motor connection as there are two type also it sounds like the motor is sound so when ordering make sure you order without MOTOR.If you take care when removing the old regulator you wont have any problems.Its easier to remove regulator when window is open about 6 inches and taped over the top and sides with duck tape or similar so that will hold window in place when removing and refitting.
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Re: Renault Laguna II - Window regulator replacement

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My regulator went and I bought a new one on eBay for 60. Fitting it couldn't be simpler. I'll give you a step by step:
1. Disconnet battery.
2. Carefully prise off plastic A trim (on the inside where the mirror is.
3.Pry out the circular plastic cover in the door handle.
4. Using a torx drive (I think T15) unscrew the door handle screw and the two at the bottom of the door.
5.Using a panel lifter or flat bladed screw driver, carefully prise off the door card.
6. Feed the door handle through the card and disconnect the speaker, three window switch multiplugs and the courtesy light.
7. It looks a mess but its easy. The regulator is held in with 5 bolts. carefully loosen these and then reach up and edge the window down.
8. The window is held on two runners by blue plastic clips. These have a black clip on them. Carefully pull these off. You can now lift away the window. Support it in the door with a block of wood.
9. Unscrew the bolts fully, the pull the rear runner through the hole towards you, then the front.
10. Unscrew the motor and attatch it to the new regulator. Fitting is the reversal of removal. When you reattatch the window switches, it may be jerky going to the top. Don't worry, once you get there it will work perfectly.

I did mine in 20 minutes having never done one before. total cost 60 quid! Good luck and have a go!
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Re: Renault Laguna II - Window regulator replacement

I've just done this for our project car. Got a new regulator from Quarry Motors in Sheffield (BMParts on Ebay ) for 27.90. Dead easy to fit but mark the motor position to the regulator so you know which way it fits on!

The 28 quid regulator seems fine so far.
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Re: Renault Laguna II - Window regulator replacement

28 is a good price for the gubbins without the motor. Last time I did the job it cost 19.99 just for the cables and you had to fit them yourself! It's not a hard job at all, the only thing I did differently was that I didn't disconnect the battery (saves having to re-code the radio and can cause problems when you initialise the window after).

It's quite a technique to get the cables on as they are VERY tight, so buying the rails with the cables already on would speed the job up no end.
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Re: Renault Laguna II - Window regulator replacement

3.99 for cables delivered off ebay . I thought this was too good to be true, but worth a gamble. Worked a treat.
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