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My window on my Citroen Dispatch is stuck 1/2 way down. trying to remove the door card to investigate

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Colin Stickland

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awkard job but easy to do and remember the old adage if its in the way remove it ,remove the long communial wire then take the heaters out which is either a 12mm or 13 mm deep socket depends on make of glow plugs as to the size

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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Mike Butler

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SOURCE: Window stuck in the down position

Has it been tested for losing power, like a circuit breaker, as some systems incorporate that . If need be I would splice in harness for motor & supply my own power at least to get it up, which would also tell you if it's a power issue down the line. You could use a 14.4 V, or 12V. Cordless tool battery if you have one, or just another car battery in good shape, then go from there.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

Danniboi

Dan Doherty

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SOURCE: citroen dispatch 1.9 diesel hard to start

You need new heater plugs by the sound of it.
could be possible fuel pump starting to fail but unlikely if its just when cold.

Posted on Jan 13, 2010

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Chris Edwards

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SOURCE: citroen dispatch van 1.9 2001 starts runs for

I assume it is deisel? if so you probably have an air leak in the **** side of the fuel pump, perhaps the primer pump, what sort is it?

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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Charles Huckeba

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SOURCE: 2004 Sebring sedan. drivers side

Most of the time when an issue such as this occurs, the electric motor that operates the window is just stuck, and will need to be gently tapped with a screwdriver, or the wooden end of a hammer. The first thing to do, would be to unplug the switch, and replug it, sometimes it can simply be a bad connection. Try this with the door switch and the electric motor. If that does not work, then try tapping the motor while you, or someone else is operating the switch that will raise the window.

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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