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GLUE CAME UNATTACHED FROM WINDOW ON DRIVERS SIDE. I GOT THE DOOR PANEL OFF BUT WHAT KIND OF GLUE IS IT ON BRACKET AND WINDOW?

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Its called channel bonding adhesive. Its a 2 part epoxy that is made to attach channel to glass. You should be able to get it at any auto parts store.

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