Nick Ravenscroft: Dude, we need to see what you're doing, not see you as you're talking...
Tazman: It you can I want to fix my window ASAP
Tazman: The camera is on your face tho make another video camera facing the work being done
Tazman: How much would you charge to carry dis out ??
matt dalley: hi andrew my regulator clip snap on my left passenger window how do i fit a new clip on does it just pop on ???????????????
manicbassa: I cant get any mechanic in my area to fit my regulators. The windows drivers side and frot passenger side have gone. The motor is OK as I can still hear it. The mechanics keep telling me they need a special screwdriver or tool to reach all the screws so they can take off both sides of each door. Is this true? Can you tell me what tool they need to reach all the screws? Thanks for any help
MrMooseful: Thanks for posting this. I have a question with the windows for our older VW Polo. It has (as most of them apparently) issues with the windows not going up/down. I checked the fuses, they are fine, also I hear a 'click' that the windows should go up and down, but they don't go down. Last time I went to the garage, they fixed it in two minutes by cleaning up the circuit board. The thing is, I can not find that circuit board. Would you have any idea? The garage man showed me what to do if it occured again (which it does now) but I forgot where the board went... It is a VW polo MK3
joanne crossland: Is it possible to convert them to the standard windup versions that I have in the back?
joanne crossland: I have electric windows in the front and winders in the back. At one point both electric windows didn't work. I'm in New Zealand and apparently parts for European cars are sparse! I got my driver window replaced which worked well for a while but was costly even tho it was a 2nd hand part. Now I'm having problems again and it's doing my head in! The switch will only send the window down and will only go up when it reaches the bottom. Sometimes when it reaches the top it goes straight back down
Mike Knight: I think you should have rehearsed this before you posted it. The camera needs to be on what you hands are doing, not on your face.
Andrew Hope: Very easily, make sure you buy the repair kits that come pre-tensioned and are tied up with a cable tie. They make the job 10 x easier, it's just a case of swapping the parts then cutting the cable tie. It's a very easy job to do, the back doors are slightly more complex because the windows are held in with little plugs
Damien Heaton: Can a complete noob do this procedure? I am crap with cars and repair things but I have just been quoted £120 for a repair job!
Andrew Hope: You just did, is it something specific?
Gary Ashton: Can I contact you mate regarding this problem
Andrew Hope: No, there's about 10 nuts you loosen on the door panel of the car when you take the doorcard off. IT should then just pull away, and break the seals.
Scott Wilson: How does skin come off do you have to drill rivets
lynda winnie: hi i have seat cordoba 1.9tdi se 130 same problem passenger door how do you get card off mine looks riveted email@example.com
Andrew Hope: Thanks, it's a bit weird talking on camera when you don't have an audience infront of you. It just irritates me at times fixing these cars :D