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How to Replace the Right and Left Run channels on a 2004 Toyota Corolla S?

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I suspect you mean the glass runs that get all deformed at the top rear corner and front corner by the mirror?

Open the door and lower the glass all the way.

Grab the rubber at the top center of the door frame and dig it out of the channel with your finger nails.
Once you have a bite, pull it off to the corners, then at the front and rear corners pull upwards to pull the rest of the run out of the rail.

To install, it helps to lubricate the back edge of the new glass runs with silicon spray or similar.
Place it into the rail and grabbing a fistful near the top push doward with firm force to slide the rubber down into the rail. It will get more difficult once you reach the glass.
If you get to a point where you can not get it to down any further yet you have further to go, run the window up partially, then while pushing down on the down window switch, force the rubber to slide with the window. The glass will help carry the run the rest of the way down.
When you get the front and rear to the correct heights so the corner line up, peel the tape off the front corner by the mirror and stick the run full into the rail at the mirror and the rest of the way over the door to the rear corner If it is a little short you can tug on it to get a little slack.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

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