Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado
You will need a phillips screwdriver, non marring pry tool and a socket
set. The worst part is to pop off the
side view mirror cover on the door inside just above the door panel. Slide the
pry tool up and down until you hit the clip and gently push and pry the clip
out of each one of the receptacles.
Unscrew the screws on the door trim and handles and lift the door panel
strait up then out with the window down. You should have access to the window
track and the mounting bolt. Loosen the lower part of the track and insert the
window in the track then tighten the mounting bolt. Test the window to make
sure the track is not bent or needs an adjustment. Reassemble the door if all looks good.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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