Holden Astra TS Left Hand LH Rear Power Window Regulator 98 99 00 01 02 03 04

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Brand New Non-Genuine LHR - Passenger Side, Rear Electric Window Regulator To Suit:
Holden TS Astra 4 and 5 Door Models From 8/98 - 05

Additional Information

Brand Replacement
Item Finish Standard
Location on Vehicle Rear Passenger
Make Holden
Model TS Astra
Fitment Notes A Direct Replacement For The Original Window Regulator.
NOT Supplied With an Electric Motor.

Customer Reviews

Couldn't be happier Review by Wommy
$400 odd for a new one with motor from Holden. My motor was ok, imagine most would be. Easy to fit when you find the hidden panel screws. I used the old rivet heads with new smaller headed rivets. (Posted on 5/04/13)
Exact Part Review by Zeke Allen
I am also a very happy customer. This is a identified fault with the Holden Astra. The design on their rear windows was very cheap, but this replacement fixed it right up and I hope to get the same about of use out of it as the old one. It's just something you have to fix!

I agree with Ben, it is a very fiddly job, but once it's done, it's nice to have the window working once again! I was just driving alone and the cable obviously snapped and the window dropped. I have now replaced it with this part and am enjoying the window working as new!

Cheers to the CarsRus Team, (Posted on 28/07/12)
Exact right part Review by Ben
I'm now a very happy customer. This was the exact part I needed for the left rear power window in my 2001 Astra that had stopped working. The motor was fine, just the regulator was stuffed, and this one was the exact replacement, and the window is now working perfectly.

A note to anyone trying to do it yourself; it's a very fiddly job to change it, but it CAN be done, as I did it and the window is working perfectly now.
You have to drill out 5 pop rivets, and put new rivets in to secure the new regulator. Getting the old regulator out and the new one in is tricky, but you just have to keep fiddling with it until you get it.
There's a nylon slide block on the regulator that slots into a groove at the bottom of the window; you just slide the old one out and the new one in.
(Posted on 12/12/11)