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If mean how to tint the rear window, The tint goes on the inside. I would remove the plastic rear door cover to start with because you will already be working over your head, after that thoroughly cleaning window with a vinegar based window cleaner, cut film at least 2 inches extra on each side (4 inches added to the widest and tallest measurement) spray water onto window with spray bottle, center film start in center with soft rubber squeegee pushing water and air bubbles out while leaving all 4 sides loose so more water can be sprayed onto window as you work your way out trim excess tint off with razor re-install door panel.
It is legal to tint car windows in San Diego if vehicle has dual side mirrors. Windshields cannot have after-market tinting. If the rear window (rear windshield) receives aftermarket tint, the vehicle must have exterior rear view mirrors on both the left and right sides of the vehicle.
I would worry about saving the glass from breakage. The tint will get scratched no matter how its removed. By the way most states ban tinted windows on the front doors of all vehicles. That is why the rear windows from the factory are tinted with the exception of Wisconsin. They ban tinted windows period
Remove rear door panel, reconnect power window switch, looking at bottom edge of glas you should see two 10mm bolts roll down window until bolts are accessible. Remove bolts and tilt window around 10 degrees top edge out/in. if still to tight to slide out put glass in lowest position and remove window frame weather stripping and it should slide right out the top, careful not to scratch tint.
If it has ALWAYS worked before until just recently, I recommend checking the fuses, and wire connections coming from the rear glass. Closely inspect your beams as well,..especially if your window is tinted. If you just got the vehicle, and it doesn't work, look for exposed metal on the fine beams that go across or down the glass. If the film coating the beams has been scratched off due to tape from a temp tag, you may need to see an auto glass repair shop, or worst case..the dealership, for repairs.
There's no simple way to remove the rear window on most cars. They are often glued in like front windows. It would likely cost less then $100 to have a professional tint the window with it in the vehicle. That in my opinion would be your best route.
if you smoke in your car that causes a film and just use some automotive specific winow cleaner from a parts store and use a razor blade to help. (no it will not scratch your window... unless you have tint).