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Re: rear sliding glass window
If u r going to buy a new one, instructions will be included, if u have plans to purchase a used one from a salvage yard, they aren't too difficult to install, the worst part is removing the old glass, and that's already done! Rubber glass seal around outside should be in place, put a rope inside the seal (where the glass will go) leaving a couple of feet or more hanging out at the end. Put the glass in between seal edges as much as you can w/out forcing. W/ a helper, slowly pull the rope out as u push the glass into the seal, the rope pulls back the seal so the glass can slide into the channel. If u have any trouble, don't insert the rope all the way around, this way more of the glass will fit in the rubber channel (seal). Good luck, let me know how it works for u. countrycurt0
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Remove the power window switch from the door panel.
Connect the power window switch to the door harness.
Fully lower the glass.
Pull the channel guide cover off.
Remove the screws from the channel guide.
Remove the center channel guide (if equipped).
Carefully remove the glass until you can see the bolts and then carefully loosen all of them.
Slide the window track guide to the rear.
Before removing the guide pin, scribe a line around it. This will
enable you to install it in the exact position it was removed in.
Remove the glass by gently lifting it from the guide.
The glass can now be removed by pulling it through the window slot.
Use extreme caution when handling window glass. Check the guide pin for wear. Replace as necessary.
Detach the connector and remove the regulator through the hole in the door.
Scribe a line around the rear roller guide bolt. This mark will show
where the original adjustment was at before you removed the component.
Remove the power window motor from the window regulator assembly.
Remove any clips and pull the glass run channel out.
It may be necessary to remove the glass stopper.
Grease all of the sliding surfaces of the regulator or component failure may occur. To install:
Install the window motor on the regulator assembly.
As a check, you can connect a known good 12 volt power source to the
window motor to check the operation of the entire assembly. The
regulator should operate with a steady, consistent motion in either
Install the glass run channel into the door as shown.
Install the regulator.
Install the glass.
Install the center channel guide.
Move the glass up and down to ensure free movement.
Attach the door wiring harness to the door.
Disconnect the window switch (on power controlled models) and install it into the door panel.
The remainder of the installation process is the reverse of removal.
Electric Window Motor - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
Remove the regulator from the door assembly. Refer to the procedure in this section.
Except for the rear doors, drill a hole through the
regulator sector gear and backplate. Install the bolt and nut to lock
the sector gear in position. Be careful not to drill a hole closer than
in. (11mm) from the edge of the sector. Also, do not drill
through the lift arm attaching portion of the sector gear, or the joint
integrity will be jeopardized.
Drill out the ends of the motor attaching rivets using a
in. (6mm) bit.
Remove the motor and the remaining portions of the rivets from the
regulator. Except for the rear doors, one rivet will not be accessible
(see Figures 1 and 2 / click over pic for zoom)
Fig. 1: Regulator and motor assembly-except rear doors
Fig. 2: Secure the rivets by collapsing the rivet ends using a ball peen hammer
Position the new motor to the regulator. With the aid of an
assistant, install new rivets by collapsing or crushing the rivet ends
using a ball peen hammer.
Except for the rear doors, once two of the three rivets have been
installed, remove the bolt securing the sector gear to the backplate,
then use an appropriate electrical source (such as the vehicle's window
motor harness) to rotate the regulator, providing access to the
Except for the rear doors, use a flat nosed rotary file to grind
off one sector gear tooth from the side which does not contact the
driven gear. This is necessary to reach the remaining rivet. Remove the
old rivet, then install the remaining new rivet.
Install the regulator to the door assembly.
Hope this helps (remmeber to rate and comment this).
you will have to remove all the trim from inside of the door, remove the weather seal from behind the trim as well
if it has electric windows you will have to remove the winder as a unit from inside the door
remove any broken glass from inside the door, turn the replacement glass with the narrow end down and slide it down through the top opening where the window glass normally goes in the door
once it is inside the door turn it around so it is in its normal position and place it in the channels where the glass runs, connect the electric winder mechanism and replace everything in reverse order as you removed it
hope this helps
You dont tell us excalty the year of your CRV, so keep in mind that this is the procedure for 2000 Honda Truck CR-V 4WD 2.0L
MFI DOHC 4cyl, other year is similar process. If you need take off the window, you need take off the "window regulator", so check this...
Honda CRV/Odyssey 1995-2000 Repair Information
Door Glass and Regulator
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION CRV Models and
4-Cylinder Odyssey Models
(see Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4
Fig. 1: Always matchmark any fasteners that are mounted
through a slotted hole. This bolt is used to adjust the window position
Fig. 2: The window is raised just enough to access the
Fig. 3: Once the window fasteners are loosened, the window
can be tilted and lifted out of the door
Fig. 4: Slide the window motor/regulator assembly out of the
Remove the door panel, as outlined in this section.
Remove the plastic vapor barrier.
On 4-cylinder Odyssey models rear door glass, remove the center
rear channel bolt and remove the channel.
Carefully raise the door glass until the bolts are visible.
On 4-cylinder Odyssey models rear door glass perform the
Remove the self-tapping screws from the outer triangular trim
cover and remove the cover.
Remove the door glass bolts.
Carefully lower the glass, then remove the bolts and nut from the
rear lower guide channel.
Remove the glass from the rear guide channel.
Apply protective tape around the painted surfaces of the window
Tilt the window forward and remove from the window slot.
Loosen the bolts, then slide the lower guide forward and remove
the window from the guide.
Carefully pull the glass out through the window slot. Take care to
not drop the glass.
To remove the regulator, perform the following:
Scribe a line around the rear roller guide bolt to mark its
Disconnect the electrical connector and harness clip, then remove
the regulator mounting bolts.
Remove the regulator through the hole in the door.
Installation is in reverse order of removal. Apply grease to the
rollers, guides and sliding surfaces of the regulator. Make sure to
install the roller guide with the rectangular hole facing rearward.
Check the window operation before installing the door panel and adjust
Remove the black vinyl trim from the edge of the glass. Remove broken glass & urethane adhesive from the metal pinchweld leaving a thin layer (approx 1/16") of urethane for new new urethane to adhere to. Vacuum broken glass. Prime nicks to the metal to protect from rusting (also insuring a good surface to bond to). Attach vinyl reveal molding to glass (unless it's a "T" shaped push in type - it would install after the glass is set). Clean and prime the replacement glass. Apply new urethane adhesive. Set glass in place.Slide the metal joint cover in place on the molding (at bottom in the center). Clean outer surface of glass. Allow for safe drive away as noted by urethane manufacturer.
The sunshade clips are probably broken. Need to remove the glass panel. Note the position of the panel the frt and the rear. If not properly reinstalled you might get wind noise. Once you have the panel removed unscrew the clips from the sunshade. Carefully remove the shade and install the new clips.
on this truck the rear window is glued in with urethane, if I was cutting it out I would use a special power tool designed to do this. I am sorry but this will not be easy with out it, the only thing I could see is you bending and cut the frame off with a scraper and hammer. (bad picture in my mind) might be worth a stop at an auto glass shop and ask them to remove.