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Old 09-24-2022, 11:05 AM   #1
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Mothers tell your children

So I sez, I sez to myself, I'll fix that troublesome drivers side window in my Alante so it will open and close without superhuman effort, by removing and reversing the rubber lining in the track. So pulled the bad part of the rubber out of the track, slid the glass open, and tilted it out of the frame. Then pulled the rest of the liner out repaired and reinstalled. Bad news, there's not enough clearance with glass either pushed all the way up in the top track or down in the bottom track to tilt it back into the frame. Problem is the rubber liner. After an hour or two of lamentations and searching the information superhighway, nothing. So I pulled the liner up from the forward half of the track tilted the glass in and then slowly fed the liner under the glass using plenty of dry lube. I'm thinking however, surely there's an easier way, as I'm going to eventually need to replace the rubber liner.
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