I certainly hope that was a slip and it's 19,006 and not 190,006. :grin: That's still a lot of miles for a vehicle that's less than a year old.lude1-E2 said:Have not found any posts on this, so maybe I'm the first to experience this.
06 EX-P, 190006 miles.
When you drive 52 miles one way to work every day, the miles add up quick, but it is only 19K - but I'm not worried, I'm driving a Honda! I expect 190K to just about geting the drivers seat broken in to my wide spread!MikeQBF said:I certainly hope that was a slip and it's 19,006 and not 190,006. :grin: That's still a lot of miles for a vehicle that's less than a year old..
Same with me, I would have gotten manual windows if they were available - but I'm sure we're not the typical car buyer in the market today - the windows in the Lude are still cranking w/o any problemsMikeQBF said:Yes, I can't recall a single mention of a failed power window before yours, so chalk this one up as "atypical". You get to be the pioneer, I guess... and thank goodness for warranties!
This is my #1 failure fear, although I think by now it is unwarranted. We've always bought manual crank windows on previous cars because power windows were a notorious trouble area regardless of make, but there was no such "downgrade" option in the E. We especially have no regrets buying our now-older Miata with crank windows - we remain trouble-free while most of our Miata-club brothers and sisters have eaten at least one little plastic power-window track in their cars' lives
Just dont know what the part is called. I see people say window regulator but i dont think thats the part that is broken. It looks like the part that is broken is a white wheel that the window cable hooks to.
Fuse box diagrams on pages 299-300 of the 2003 owner's manual. If you don't have a manual, you can get a paper copy here, or view a PDF version here. Also see these diagrams for the under-dash and under-hood boxes.for this 2003 element, which fuses should i check first?