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Eighty Eight Includes the '97-'98 Regency and '96-'99 LSS Models
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Old 01-06-2005, 09:00 PM   #1
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'89 Delta 88 Window Handles

I inherited my Dad's Delta '88 when he passed this summer. I love the car. The strange thing is that the handles that crank the windows are reverse. Also, they're hard to crank.

Is the cranking suppoosed to be in the opposite direction? Is it a big deal to flip to a more normal way?
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Old 01-07-2005, 03:47 PM   #2
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Re: '89 Delta 88 Window Handles

I don't really know what direction they should be turning, my Eighty Eight has power windows, but I can't imagine they would crank in the opposite direction from all other cars, that wouldn't make much sence. As for them being hard to crank, I would think that they just neeed tobe cleaned up, but I guess that would mean pulling the door panel off....Good luck
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