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Removal Procedure

    Caution: When working with any type of glass or sheet metal with exposed or rough edges, wear approved safety glasses and gloves in order to reduce the chance of personal injury.
    Important: Before cutting out a stationary window, apply a double layer of masking tape around the perimeter of the painted surfaces and inner trim of the window.
  1. Use safety glasses and gloves.

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  3. Carefully spread the handle retainer outward in order to release the latch pin from the latch.
  4. Remove the latch pin from the latch.
  5. Remove the seat belt retractor. Refer to Front Seat Belt Replacement in Seat Belts.
  6. Open the door in order to access the rivets.
  7. Drill out the rivets retaining the window assembly.
  8. Thoroughly clean all metal particles that may have lodged inside the body panel.
  9. Remove the window assembly from the vehicle.
Installation Procedure

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  1. Install the window assembly to the vehicle.
  2. Using the J 34940 (or equivalent), install the rivets in order to retain the window assembly to the vehicle.
  3. Install the seat belt retractor. Refer to Front Seat Belt Replacement in Seat Belts.
  4. Install the latch pin.
  5. Using a punch, carefully drive the pin into the latch.

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