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Window my window is off track and I need t know how to put the slides back in place

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The slides work by fitting them in behind the cables that run up and down the door. when putting them in the bolt heads should face the inside of the car. there is a small catch (little metal square) that is on the cable so make sure that it is below the slides. also you must use poxy or other kind of hardening substance on the portion that goes to the window unless it is still attached. the cables run up and down behind the two metal black bars inside the doors

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complete unit change iam afraid has to be changed panel does come off its held in with mastic just prise it with screwdriver and keep a constant pulling pressure and an old knife to cut through the mastic

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cindy you will need to take the trim panel off to get back inside of the run channelthere are clips that hold the glass in the channel and one could have broken Now if you take this vehicle somewhere take it to a auto body shop/ rates sround 44 instead of mechanical rates up to 110 or more/ Please rate my reesponse thank you very much

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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