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post #1 of 14 Old 09-28-2008, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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Rear window question

How hard is it to replace the rear window in a 99 PSD? I found what I think is a pretty good deal on a power slider and want to know what I'd be getting myself into

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I think it'd be harder hooking up the power part than actually getting the window out. But I honestly have no idea how to get it out.........

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I think it'd be harder hooking up the power part than actually getting the window out. But I honestly have no idea how to get it out.........
I did car audio for 5 years so the wiring is not a problem. I just don't know if they're glued in or if the gasket holds it in or what?

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I did car audio for 5 years so the wiring is not a problem. I just don't know if they're glued in or if the gasket holds it in or what?


Couldn't tell ya.

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Surely someone has replaced a rear window before

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i replaced one on an obs gasser it was cake just take the rubber off and the window comes right out the pop the new one in

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i replaced one on an obs gasser it was cake just take the rubber off and the window comes right out the pop the new one in
Well, $75 later, I now know how easy it is to put one in. I watched the guy do it, took him all of 15 minutes Oh well, now I've got a power sliding rear window and I love it

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whered u buy it from? The one ive seen is about a grand
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