OR get a used rubber seal with the sensor still in it, which might be more for the combined parts, but less time to fit.....But step 2 is definitely to get someone to look on the computer at the voltages coming off the finger-trap sensor strip: anything below 3 is probably a fault that is telling the car that there is something trapped. New part is £75 plus many hours to fit.
40 Euro postage!OR get a used rubber seal with the sensor still in it, which might be more for the combined parts, but less time to fit.
Well if you want free postage, there is always this one:40 Euro postage!
Found another, £69 in free post and some mysterious £5 voucher eBay said I could use.Well if you want free postage, there is always this one:
The duck v duct thing is a great story:Duck duct tape, natch
....and that's why it had to be easily removable, as you don't want the stage covered in tape/glue.Gaffer I'd have thought. Given it was named for the gaffer....
Well good luck with all that!Found another, £69 in free post and some mysterious £5 voucher eBay said I could use.
If it doesn't fix my same issue I'm coming round to yours with a few top boys!
Exactly my understanding. And I pity anyone that confuses the gaffer and the best boy!....and that's why it had to be easily removable, as you don't want the stage covered in tape/glue.
And it was used by / named for the 'gaffer', not in a generic sense but specifically the chief electrician: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaffer_(filmmaking)
Not to be confused with the 'best boy'.
The sensor is a long flat switch (like a tapeworm), attached to a couple of bits of wire and a connector. The whole thing is about 1m long. When fitted 80% of it is embedded in a thin tube within the rubber gasket. So the sensor part is as in the photo here: https://www.sportsmaserati.com/index.php?threads/window-sometimes-wont-close-or-closes-in-jerky-1-inch-increments.28078/#post-739429It does have the sensor wire but not buried in the gasket according to the pic. Suppose it should be easier to thread it in out of the car...