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Power window glass keep coming out of the clips, do I need to glue the glass to the clips with some sort of putty??

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Use silicone marine silicone adhesive for that. regular stuff also works but may come loose after a while.

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  4. Clean the glass with Isopropyl alcohol.
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Cut off the bottom edge of the guide with a cut off wheel. (Refer to the illustration above.)

Using a thin flat blade putty knife and a hammer, carefully remove the plastic piece on each side of the glass. (Refer to the illustration above).

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