Question about 2003 BMW 325
I will provide you the full disassembly procedure step by step as follows:--
1) Remove the clip which covers the seat belt nut and then remove the seat belt nut .
2) Then remove the trim. There is a clip at the top in the center. Pull firmly outwards and this will pop out. The lever for adjusting the seatbelt height will also pop out. Finally there are two 'lips' at the foot of the trim which you will now be able to manoeuver out.
3) Then remove the T40 torx bolts which hold the height adjusting unit in place and remove the unit. This will expose the bolts which hold the window in place.
4) Then remove the T10 screw from the catch used to open the window. Be careful not to drop it.
5) Here you will remove the glass out. Remove the window nuts. It's probably best to enlist some help at this point to ensure you don't drop the window! Also take care not to drop the nuts.
6) You can also get the glass holding seals out and clean them if they look dirty or dusty.
7) You can now insert the new glass tact in the seals.
Reverse the process to get your car all back together again, making sure not to drop any of the nuts/screws while you're working.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Wow This is a tough one. you have to be careful and remember take your time. i had to change one in a 84 mercury grand marquis - my car had a metal frame enclosing it . 1. remove the door panel 2. remove the trim piece that looks like a windshield wiper blade, it touches the window 3 remove the large door glass 4. there may be a screw on the door frame holding the little window in place remove it now remove the screw holding it to the inside of the door panel if you see a rivet instead drill it out. 5. drop the small window frame in the door and pull it out through the large window opening. your car may have a window gasket also holding in place pull this off. this is a very difficult job so take your time.... hope this helps
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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