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You are talking about the rubbers right?

Depending on how tight the fit of the new rubbers are, you can try the following:

1) Power or wind the window down the the bottom.
2) Pull out the rubber guide, starting from the top of the window frame. Pull the rubber upwards and outwards from the two side runners.
3) Using silicone spray, lubricate your new rubber and feed it into your window runner guides, pushing it downwards.
4) Spray the inside of your new rubber guide, in the window channel. Operate the window upwards, making sure the rubber slips past, beyond the widow and all the way to the bottom of its channel.
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1) Remove inner door skin.
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