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Window help

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by protechk5, Jan 24, 2007.

  1. protechk5

    protechk5 1/2 ton status

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    Ok i did a search but Im still not getting how the door window comes out? Can someone walk me through this?
     
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    I dont get how the rollers come out of the track???
     
  3. BIG*RED

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    Its a little tricky you have to roll the window up a little bit, then push the window fowards..um ok fowards would be towards the outer part of the door, furthest away from the cab..then you should be able to feel the rollers and a little spot in the sash/rail that the roller comes out of..i had to wiggle a bit whiole pushing foward and up on the window, and it came right out.. takes a bit of figiting but it will go.

    oh yeah...you have to remove the vent window first....
     
  4. protechk5

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    okkkkk so do the rollers just pop out or something??? ( i havent looked at it since i read your post) and the vent window has to come out?!?! f thats alot of work
     
  5. cbbr

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    There is a notch about 1/2 way down the track. Roll the window up and down and rock it until you can get the front roller in that notch. The rear roller will slide out the back of the track allowing you to get the front one in position.
     

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