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Can you tell me what this is???

It was inside my 1982 SC
Passenger side door

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A part of the window.
https://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-911-technical-forum/1033916-window-regulator-pivot-one.html
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live with slow windows... is what get from the other posts... and ways to fix.
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Part of the window regulator.
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The pin that holds the spring in the window regulator. Cheap part to replace and not a difficult fix but it does take some time to remove the door panel and window regulator.
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window regulator. This part should be in the middle of the coil/spring, if I remember right.
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Its a spring perch that was pressed on to the regulator.It should be aluminum mine did the same thing. I saw some people used a bolt to fix.
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There's always confusion over this part. There's two pieces one in the center of the spring and one that holds tension on the spring end. Yours is the spring end and is not an available replacement part. Plenty of threads on building your own. The piece in the center is called pivot return spring I believe and can be purchased.
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Part on left center replacement, right your part na
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There's always confusion over this part. There's two pieces one in the center of the spring and one that holds tension on the spring end. Yours is the spring end and is not an available replacement part. Plenty of threads on building your own. The piece in the center is called pivot return spring I believe and can be purchased.
Rennline offers an aftermarket replacement for the spring end piece. There are two different lengths available.
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