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Replacing broken window track

2002 grand window track - the ceramic piece broke - we have all apart except the broken piece is glued on the window with some type of tar glue - is there a solvent or trick to remove?

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    do you need to save this piece that is glued to the window

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HELLO,VERY VERY CARFULLY WITH A DRILL GET A SMALL SANDPAPER ATTATCHMENT AND GRIND IT OFF.HEAT FROM A HEAT GUN CAN SHATTER THE GLASS AND NO CHEMICALS OUT THERE TO REMOVE THAT STUFF,AT THE DEALER WE USE A ATTATCHMENT THAT GOES INTO A DRILL AND HAS SMALL GRINDER PADS ON THEM THESE WORK WELL . GOOD LUCK...RAY

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