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Rover 400 window winder problems

The window winder on the driver's door of my Rover 400 (1997) opens correctly and closes, but when it reaches the top there is a loud bang. Could you advise what would cause this? If it is the control unit is it reasonably easy to replace?

Asked on 27 November 2014 by Rod Sterland

Answered by Honest John
The anti trap switch has failed, which is supposed to stop the window rising if it meets an obstruction, such as a finger.
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