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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is possible to change this window on your own. But it is a pain in the ***. So im gonna tell you the easiest thing to do is either go to a junkyard and buy the whole hatch which is relatively cheap. Or you can just call any general glass repair shop and they will come fix this for around $125to 200 bucks. If it were me i would go to the salvage yard.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009
you have a reason to be doubtful. very seldom would something like that occur unless the srut was near it's peak functionming and starting to fail. the strut is always under pressure because of the spring so " not meshing sounds bogus to me. i have been a mechanic for over 20 years and i can't give you one example of this happening on your model of car or any other models. to be quite honest a strut that fails only after 4-5 years very seldom happens to begin with. but does happen. my advice is to take it to a small shop whjere the quality of work is better and the cost cheaper and have them examine it. let me know what they say and get back to me. just click my user name on this site i will be more than happy to help you further if there is more questions that you have
Posted on May 08, 2009
There are small spring clips on the top and bottom of the strut. Place a small flat blade screwdriver in the notch out and pull the clip out - the strut will slide off the ball joint when the clip is pulled.
Apparently the struts are matched, so order the left side or right side strut as needed. I'm off to the dealer now to pick up my replacement . . . . .
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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