At 11:09 PM 10/12/02 -0500, Geoff Heyland wrote:
>I have one little body problem though. I can't for the life of me figure out
>how to remove the door window glass! The Hayne's Manual doesn't help here.
>I've got the door off and sitting on a workbench, all the interior panel and
>fittings removed, but I can't see how to release the window and slide it out.
>( I want to get the glass out so I can work out one small dent where my nephew
>banged his bicyle at some point).
The glass is held in by a pinch grip in the bottom rail that holds the
glass to the channels. Originally there seems to be a gunk of sorts that
helped 'glue' it in place that you can usually just pry the glass up and
out of since it gets old and dried out. Replacement is done with either a
strip of adhesive meant for this at auto supply stores or similar adhesive
material such as butyl rope.
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