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How do you remove just the rear sliding window on 06' F150

How do you remove just the rear sliding window on a 06' F150? the plastic piece on the bottom of the glass that holds wire to move open and shut, broke. Any easy way of removing the center slide glass?

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Cables have come loose from sliders on rear window, would like to fix myself, HELP

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