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I need to replace the rear driver side window...the tiny one

Hi there I have had the little window smashed out on my car. I got a new one and just need to know the basics of how to install it. Can anyone help me? Thanks.

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Remove the interior cover of your rear door. you will find this small metal post with size 10 bolts holding your glass. take out the bolts and loosen it to insert your new glass. if some door mechanism gets in your way, loosen it a little to give you space. its a bit tight there.

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