Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
If your window is off the track and sliding forward (leaving a gap at the rear) when you roll it down; the plastic guide that fits into the track is likely broken and very easy to replace. There should be a hole drilled into your at the top rear of the window where a plastic clip can snap in. Most auto part stores have these for sale or the dealer can be a last ditch alternative. Installation is a snap, literally (forgive the pun), roll your window half way down, you fold the clip over into the hole, snap it together and fit the window and the clip back in the the rail. Usually you can just grab hold of the top of the window and push the whole thing into the rail. Good Luck! Nick
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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