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Old 09-15-2003, 00:25   #1 (permalink)
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Removing rear windows on wagon

Hi all, I need to remove my rear side windows on my wagon to cut out and clean up some rust, does anyone know how they come out?
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Old 09-23-2003, 03:36   #2 (permalink)
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hey

Ive read this thing more times than i can care to ,,, but thats no help.
ill have a punt on an ansewer...
I really can not recall how they come out , all other stuff , x,s from xk to XF , had a seal rubber , iam gusesing the real earliy ones but id reckon they be the same ,, but with bonding the windows is a time thing as well as cost when bulid them in a factory,, oh bonding is when its pearmently sealed and is apart of body work and is not as easliy changed , as a rubber sealed unit is...

As i said i really do not now the correct way they go in , id ring a round window installers and dealer ship spares . as well as the good old gregerys repair manual,,,

Some on other makes have hidden bolts that hold the side glass in with sealer and some are cliped in with sealer...

With my ea wagon ive have the same problem with rust starting ,, but how far do you wish to go... they are getting up there with the age thing , and the cost of repairers is launghable .. i mean there laughing..

should sort it self out. good luck with it...

Tim

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