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Last week the window on my Jeep started making a horrible noise! A violent grinding sound that would make the most callous of people cringe! Here's how to ...
Undo all the screws
be careful! don't pry too hard, you don't want to break the little plastic clips that hold the panel to the door.
undo the electrical connections and the door handle rods so you can pull the panel free
This is a very important piece. Don't tear it... if you do, it is easy to repair with duct tape.
pull of the felt sweeper that is on the inside of the window. doing this will make removing the window easier.
These little clips are frigging annoying but they work well at keeping plugs plugged...
you should now be able to slide the glass up through the top of the door and out of the frame.
set the glass out of the way in a safe place while you swap out the regulator assemblies.
I made sure I had the correct regulator before I continued any further. I also wanted to inspect my old assembly to see what had gone awry.
do it now before you forget!
tighten all the hardware that attaches the regulator to the door and the window to the regulator.
I loose fit all the fasteners before re-installing the door panel so as to make sure the window would not bind in the channel. then I tightened all ...
if you forget to clip or plug something now you'll just have to pull the panel off again... double check!
Feel a sense of accomplishment and be happy that you no longer have to hear that horrible noise!
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