On the passenger side the motor seems to be stronger than the driver side. The passenger side goes up and down faster and has busted/ bent the metal stop tab. I tried bending it back but it goes right back to bent. Is there a way to adjust the motor power/speed?
I imagine that if you remove the interior door handle on that side, undo the screws holding the door card on, and peel back the sealing paper, you could poke around and perhaps see what the problem is.
That is what I would do in your situation.
I wonder if there is not some type of restriction in the track... you could get organic material aka, leaves, dirt etc caught up in there which might slow down it's movement.
Or grease that has hardened over time. A good cleaning and lube might help.
I've already taken the door apart and the stop tab is busted because of the force of the motor. Everything looks really clean I was just wondering if there was some sort of motor speed adjustment to slow down the force and have it stop quicker once it hits the restrictor.
Well maybe a call to IM might provide more info or a new motor if you want one
I am sure they run speed test on them
Who is the best person to contact over there at IM?
Robert is the one to get any parts for IM's but you can send the email to
henry at sign intermeccanica.com
Seems like you could add a micro switch to cut it off when it reaches correct height? Maybe there is one there now and it moved or is bad. Just get one that is normally closed and on contact it opens circuit.
I don't know the motor that IM uses but I wonder if the unit has a micro switch inside the motor itself that causes it to stop which might be defective. Can you see a part no that you can do a web search? Or email IM the question.
I'll have to look at it a bit more closely. It looks like the motors stops once it hits the screws that are on the track. You can see the metal piece that is bent and also there was a clip on it that broke off from the strength of the motor. I was thinking of adding something that would reduce the power to the motor.