Need to remove and replace the passenger side vent window I found two screws to remove but cant figure out how to remove it without damaging the weather strip Want to replace with a used one from dealership
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The upper vent for the passengers side, using a very thin bladed screwdriver or long pick,at each side you insert this in the center area of the vent, then pushing the plastic retaining latches away from the vent, slightly pulling outwards on each side until the vent pops out,Then just insert the new vent untill you hear both sides click into place.As far as the center vents(this is what Im assuming you also whant to replace,You will have to remove the center bezel plate,Remove ash tray, and screws retaining the tray plate.then remove center shifter upper plate poping it up-wards(if yours has a floor shifter) If not then make sure the upper screws are removed (top of center bezel) then using a plastic type flat blade pop the bezel out wards this will give you the needed access to the center vents. Thanks
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The vent under the hood on passenger side , more than likley the seal is leaking letting the water go inside. I have had to fix my mother's 1999 and my 2001 lincoln. It is not very hard to fix. You will have to remove the screws on the passenger panel under the hood to get to the vent. Pry the vent loose and re seal. You can take the hose and spray water on the W/S when it is dry to make sure it is coming in at that location.
The metal glass run between the vent & doorglass has a phillips screw at the top under the door weatherstrip. I usually remove that screw, with the doorglass down & glass run (felt) pulled down at the top just enough to allow the metal part to move as you force the ventglass into place. lube the vent gasket with silicone spray or any good wet lubricant and force the glass in, bottom 1st. If this makes you too anxious, remove the 10 mm attachment that retains the metal glass run at the lower end of the part. To get to it, you will have to remove the door panel. Good luck
You need to remove the door panel and remove the window glass. Then you will need to unbolt the track that the wing window mounts into. Wing windows usually have screws under the weatherstrip that hold the top in.