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  1. Golf mk6 cabriolet window mechanism 
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    Hi there O/S/F window mechanism is knackered on my wifes car and i was told that the N/S/F AND THE O/S/F is the same part, anyone know if this is the case ?
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    If it's the lifter unit then not same. 5K7837462 plus a suffix letter on OSF. Motor also side specific, 1Q0959701H. Search for motor code on eBay and you'll find examples of motor onbown, with controller unit,with lifter mechanism, etc.
     
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    5K7 837 461 E left and 5K7 837 462 E right £148.94 a side, without motor which is also handed and specific to a UK market RHD Golf 6 cabrio, 1Q0 959 701 H Z1U at £314.26.
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    Hi everybody thanks for all the advice, so i got the part and just got round to fitting it today. Had a lot of bother to get it lined up and in the rubber runner near the A post.
    However all didn't go as planned the window is not dropping when you unlock it and the same door is not locking. if that's not bad enough the nearside window mechanism just went today.
    So anyone any idea where i've went wrong regarding the window not dropping and not locking ???
     
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    Perhaps stating the obvious, but window not in runners properly and fouling door mechanism? Not sure how well it'll work on a soft top but on our car I put glass in carrier, lifted to full height so it found position, then lowered and raised while pushing down on glass to furger settle its travel, then tightened clamps.

    Did you have to remove any of outside door handle? On ours there were some sprung loaded bits I initially got wrong when replacing lock mechanism that fouled on window path until I went back and spotted them.

    What did you replace in the end, and with new or used parts? A flakey door control module might not be connecting to lock correctly.
     
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    Used part from Germany but it's in really good condition. Never touch the outside handle but i found out todat the door locks with the door trim off so beginning to think
    it's to do with the door cable it's self.
     
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    Car finally sorted turning the key in the lock this way and that did nothing, until you disconnect the battery which resets the system then you use the key in the door for it to work.
    Thanks to everyone for their help with the regulators.
     
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