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funkyd

Ford Escort Xr3I Help!!! Lol

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Hi

Hope everyone’s well, just a quick question.

I had my car broken into last week by some friendly helpful members of society ( the F###ers lol ) and so have just managed to get hold of a new / second-hand window and was wondering if anyone had any useful tips on replacing it.

My cars an XR3 mark 4 Convertible with electric windows and it’s the passenger door main window that got smashed. The new window has the brackets on it. Do I need to take the rubber seal out the top of the door or undo any bolts in the door to get it on its runners?

If anyone has any tips I would be more then grateful for your advice.

Thanks

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hi just been doing a simalar thing on my focus you prob need to take the brackets of the new glass and slot it into the original brackets on the regulator tighten it loosely and send the window up so it sits in the correct position then tighten firmly

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cheers , are the beackets on the glass just wedged in or glued on cos i think mine are glued on

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might be glued? mine had a bolt on which i just slackened off

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bugger think mine are glued on :(

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thanks for your help. it was a lot easier then i thought, i poped the wheels off the arms on the window winder bit then put them into the brackes on the window first then slid the window in then just poped them back on.

thanks again

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