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Steps to replace right hand side door internal window seal

Purchased the car recently but has missing right hand side window seals

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I believe your car has a full frame windows? If that is correct then are you talking about the rubber the window glass slides up and down in? If so, then you have to remove the inner door panel and might be helpful if you have power windows remove the power window switch from the inner panel and reconnect to wiring harness. Using this technique, there are 2 10mm bolts holding the window glass to the regulator. Position the glass with the 10mm bolts through a couple sight holes, remove the 10mm bolts but hold on to the glass so it doesn't fall in the door and break. install the rubber window channel and reverse procedure.

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