I finally got a full, second hand set from a chap called Mike who supplied my gearbox and flywheel. However, even one of these was starting to rust on the back, whilst looking fine at the front. So I have repaired it and taken some photos to show you all, as yours may be rusty without you knowing it, and prevention is better than cure
Here is how my original drivers side front one looked
And my original front passenger side one wasn't much better!!
So time to change them. Start by pulling the hard plastic finisher off from around the door, but not completely, you only need to get at the area covering the door trim, next, pull out the window sealing rubber, the part that the window sits in, you will have to pull the rubber up out of the door, but don't worry, it just slides back in. Then you will have 3 screws to undo,
then the door trim just pulls up and off. Here is my drivers side one off the car
The rusty holes shouldn't be there!!
Here is my new (second hand) one, looks fine here
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