Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Clarencetown, NSW. Australia
I've done it before... Twice in fact. It'll take you about 15,000 tries to get it positioned right, then the wind will catch the door & you'll drop it...
Easiest way I found was to remove the top pulley from the door & reposition it in the hole just under it. Then, assuming you've run the cable enough times around the regulator, you should have just enough cable to run around the door & back to the regulator, run around the bobbin once & then onto the hook. Then, with a little bit of consistent pressure on the cable, you need to wind the window up & down (works better with the window out though) just enough to tension the cable on the regulator bobbin. Then, keeping pressure on the cable, remove the top pulley & try to put it back into the original top hole (you'll probably drop it a few times, meaning you'll have to start again...). Once this is done, you should have enough tension on the cable for it to work properly.
Hope that just made sense...
Also, which end of the bobbin you wind the cable onto first will determine the way the window works (I think...)