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Old 23-10-08
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My drivers front window has stopped working.. new motor is a cool $485 from mitsi... plus $230 if the regulator needs changing, does anybody have a suggested supplier or other source.
I see on ebay a mob out of queensland is suppling parts for this and other things... anybody bought parts of them.

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i have seen these on Ebay , for the prices i would give them a go.
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You could try Mandurah Auto Recyclers, I think they still have that paj there, not sure how much he would want for it, its 93 model i think, so it might be a bit tired.

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My drivers front window has stopped working.. new motor is a cool $485 from mitsi... plus $230 if the regulator needs changing, does anybody have a suggested supplier or other source.
I see on ebay a mob out of queensland is suppling parts for this and other things... anybody bought parts of them.

Cheers
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what the wreckers want.. is even more than a whats on offer at ebay... there is one in the quokka... he wants about the same as the ebay gear... went ebay as they do have a refund policy and it's new.
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Well if thats the case, I would definelty do what u have done. Keep us posted on what the quality is like.

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Are you sure it is due failed motor or window regulator ?

Front driver power window of my NG once failed to work, later found out it was due to a faulty relay. Got one from wrecker for $35 ( self-service wrecker ).
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I should check.. thought one relay would be for all windows.. it's why i thought of the motor as it will not move, make noise of even attempting to work
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according to the wiring diagrahm.. only one relay for my Nl pajero.. so i think motor
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Old 26-10-08
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Yes, the relay ( inside the front door panel ) does control the 4 windows.

For my case, it was the section of the relay that controlled the driver window got brown; other sections of the relay were normal.

I would suggest you to direct feed 12v to the door motor to see if it is faulty or not; change the polarity too upon checking.

Power window motor of Pajero is very reliable and it is worth to check first.

Unlike VW golf III window regulator which is hopeless, pajero's window regulators are almost trouble free.
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My ND drivers side window stopped working, but after taking it all apart I discovered the switch was faulty! The switch was shorted in the down position (or was It up I cant remember), the motor was getting hot as it wanted to go one way all the time, and pressing the other way didnt make any difference.

So test the switch with a meter first
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