Subject: Broken Window Regulator Tapes
Model and Year: 1984 Corvette
Source: Chevrolet Dealer Service Bulletin
Bulletin No: 84-3
Section: 10 (I)
Date: Oct., 1983
TO: ALL CHEVROLET DEALERS
Some power windows may not be closing due to broken drive tapes.
Beginning with VIN E5111879, Bowling Green has changed to regulators with low torque motors and new flex rack design.
Whenever a vehicle requires service of door components, inspect for interference between the forward upper attaching screw and the upper end of the tape drive. if interference exists, one of the following options should be performed:
This is to prevent contact between the bottom of the screw and the upper end of the tape drive. if this contact exists, excessive stress is created in the tape and could cause a failure.
Part numbers on the regulators did not change. To identify the revised regulators, check the electric motor part number.
- Old Hi Torque - P/N 22039929
- New Low Torque - P/N 22048553
A limited number of service regulators with new flex racks and low torque motors have been available since July 18, 1983. By the end of August, an adequate supply of regulators should be available.
Article ID: 983
Created: October 28, 2014
Last Updated: October 28, 2014
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