The subject is the front off-side (drivers) door on a 1999 Rover 200 (1.4 8 valve) 4 door version. The problem is a part found loose inside the door for which I cannot find a location.
There was a lot of rattling within the door and when I removed the door trim panel I found a loose bolt which came from the window glass channel retainer and an `H` section plastic piece which looks as if it should fit on a panel or metal edge one side and contact/support something (a rod?) on the other. If I knew how to post a photograph of it I would do so.
Can anyone provide any clues as to where it may belong or the location of a breakdown diagram which may help identify its original location.
I have searched (to the best of my ability) to no avail and the Haines manual does not help in this instance.
I have seen some excellent detective work in these forums; hopefully it will help me.
johndrew. If you haven't got a photo of it you could even scan it and then upload that,(as above link) or send it some way or other. I think there are a few car techies on here, you might just be lucky enough to contact one who will know where the bits come from.
This may or may not help my partner has had a look and he seems to thing it is a part of the guider that controls the door window going up and down (if that is the right explanation)I hope this might point you in the right direction with your problem.