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Changing drivers side door glass on classic import
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Old 25 Jun 2010, 06:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Changing drivers side door glass on classic import

Hi, my car was broken into recently, punched the lock. The rest of the door was ok, i bought a second hand door of the bay, without glass and wing mirror. Today took the door card, sound proofing and other easily removable bits off. I can move the glass around to a degree that the glass disapears into the door, but i cannot get the glass out the opening at the top? Causing me a major head ache, i have now given up and used brown tape and bin liner! Any help will be greatly appreciated. Gareth
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Old 26 Jun 2010, 01:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Changing drivers side door glass on classic import

Take the window regulator off first of the end of the glass secured by 10-12 bolts think it is might be a bit of sealer securing it in the groove once that off it should just be able to lift it out
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