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GLASS OFF TRACK FOR FORD EXPEDITION 1999 DRIVER SIDE

BECAUSE OF SNOW AND ICEING MY DRIVER SIDE GLASS WENT OFF TRACK. HOW DO I FIX THAT ?

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  • ssugabear Jan 14, 2009

    help how do i remove the panel, I need to remove the door panel . how do i do that?



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You Will Have To Remove The Door Panel And Put It Back In The Track.

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