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    man..i had some haters shatter my passenger window and now i need to change it...i'm pretty much clueless when it comes to cars so i was just wondering if its hard to change the window. any kind of tips or anything like that would be really helpful....thanks...

    #2
    i just had to change my window this mornin.. its not that hard but its a pain in the ass. u gotta take off the door panel, then peel back that plastic shit behind it then u will c the tracks for the window. there is 2 bolts that hold the actual glass that u need to take out. To get the new window in i had to take off the bolts that hold the track in place and the bolt that holds the mirror to give the glass enuff room to slide into place. once u slide the glass down into the tracks, line up the bolts on the glass to the holes on the track and tighten. then put back on whatever u took off and tighten. it took me about 2 hours to figure everythin out.. good luck

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      #3
      man....seems like a lot of work...hope i could do it..thanks for the help...
      oh yeah..i gotta change those rubber things around my window cuz they're broken will i be able to change that when i change my windows? or am i gonna have to take off some other crap?

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        #4
        its not too muh work its pretty much common sense when u look at it.if u grip your window from a junkyard u could grab up the plastics. they gotta come up when u change it anyway

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          #5
          My quarter window was broken and I have a new one to put in. How do I remove all the broken glass still stuck to the frame? Do I need to take it all off down to the metal or leave the old rubber and glue the new one to that?

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            #6
            Just saw my old question on here and figured I would answer it since I'm done now. All you have to do is use a razor knife and remove just enough of the old glue to get a smooth surface to work on. Then epoxy the window seperate from the car, press in place and you're done. I did mine 2 weeks ago, been getting torrential rainfal and no leaks whatsoever.

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              #7
              or you can get the whole door from junkyard and replace the door hehe.

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