Can't tell you how, but bought one from a used Toyota lot for $75. and payed a glass place $50. to put in, just to give you an indication of how much. If you order it, it is like $150 just for the window. Oh and remember there is two tint colors, be sure to get the same as you have!
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did one tuesday the plastic tabs either break off or come unglued from the glass. u need urethane to glue it back on and tabs can be bought at the dealer $6 again u need urethane to glue it NOT silicone not crazy glue look for a thread from earlier today i wrote a book on glass replacement n im not about to repeat it takes me an hour to do without damaging anything find the thread
Replacing the glass is easy, finding the glass is the hard part. Did you have to break in? Or did somebody else do that? Do you have the glass? I think a body shop would charge about $100 for the job. Maybe more. But it is a simple job. The glass, will be that much. Hope this helps.
Not a simple fix. You have to remove the door panel, switches, door handle just to get to the inside of the door. There you have to unbolt tracks, drill out rivets, to remove the regulator. Then drill out rivets that hold the motor to the regulator and replace it by bolting it back on. Would be best to take it to a glass shop they should not charge more than $60 to $75 to do it for you. Well worth the charge.
sorry I don't have much on this one. But, once the door panel is removed, you need to disconnect the glass from the regulator. I can't remember... but I think it is held on with U clips. They are just pushed in on the back side of the trolly. Too release them just push to one side. (see pic)
*****NOTE: this is from another vehicle but the pin is the same...in the pic. the pin is being pushed back into place.
push the glass all the way to the top of the door and tape it there. Unplug the motor, unbolt the regulator and remove.
(Im pretty sure that year had 2 pins to hold in the door glass, if I'm wrong you will clearly see 2 X 10mm bolts holding the glass to the regulator)
hope this helps.
What you need to do to initialize the window is remove the window motor from the regulator. Plug it into the car by itself, then press up on the switch until it turns four times. Then hold the switch down for four turns, then put motor back into the regulator, and assemble back into the door. to make sure the motor spins correctly four times I make a tooth on the gear with a marker.
You need to put on a pair of gloves, and safety glasses. (Safety First !) Prise off the broken mirror from the plastic base that it is stuck too.
Give the plastic a clean with nail polish remover or similar.
Peel off the backing on new mirror glass, and carefully stick it on.
A car I owned the left rear window did that. I could pull it up by taking a hold of it while another person held the switch. They told me the problem was the track was made out of plastic and it had broken. They had to replace the track. Yes it was expensive to repair but is ok now.