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What is the procedure for replacing rear window regulator on a 2003 VW beetle convertible.

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.leave window up half way.tape window to hold it.remove door panel clips.rip out foam moudling.drill out rivets holding regulator.remove connector.remove regulator clips.remove regulator.put in new regulator and clips.put in new rivets.plug connector.test it.if all is good install moulding and door panel.

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