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Installing an Electric Life EL12-K Street Rod
Power Window Kit in a 1959 Volvo.
With the window in it's full down position, the regulator is marked and a 1/4 inch hole is drilled about 1/2 inch below the mark. A 1/4 inch bolt and nut are screwed into the hole. This nut and bolt will serve as the windows bottom stop, preventing it from going too far down in the door.
The motor bracket is bent into a Z shape, a 1/4 inch hole is drilled in the door and the bracket is bolted into place. This is important. You don't want the motor floating around in the door, banging into everything.
See the photo on the bottom right. This is extremely important for Goldie cable kits. The plastic tube (red) must be smoothly routed. This is where the extra cable is held. If this tube gets kinked or bent around a tight turn, your windows will stop working.
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