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Newlandy



Member Since: 01 Apr 2024
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South Africa 2003 Defender 110 2.5 TD CSW Arles Blue
Install electric windows
I recently bought a 110 without seeing/driving it and now the manual window winding is killing me.

Where can one source a kit, any suggestions, what to look out for?
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Ianh



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Newlandy



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South Africa 2003 Defender 110 2.5 TD CSW Arles Blue
Thank you, exactly what I was looking for ..
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Mo Murphy



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Re: Install electric windows
Newlandy wrote:
I recently bought a 110 without seeing/driving it and now the manual window winding is killing me.

Where can one source a kit, any suggestions, what to look out for?


First World problems ! 🤣
Mo The Land Rover 90 - Many are called, few are chosen.
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TexasRover



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It's the manual part that's killing him.

The rotating motion is the hardest part I think. Down is not that bad but up is just excruciating. Bad enough with electric windows where you have to reach for the button.

We don't understand. Life is tough nowadays. We had it a lot easier - oh no hang on...
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Ianh



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Bit harsh gents Very Happy ...if I was in South Africa and wanted some cabin airflow I would want to open driver and front passenger windows, and adjust their height depending on speed etc. Doing that with the passenger window while on your own would be a real pain.
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NickMc



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Let’s not even talk about fancy pants puma drivers without manual vent flaps Mo Whistle Laughing
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