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Old 11-30-2004, 19:14   #1 (permalink)
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window issues on au

Hello all my first post here have been reading forums for ages before even got a ford used to have a turbo soarer, but now got me an xr6 au manual and im loving it. Only got one issue the passenger front window doesnt work. Its a manual turning one but it seems the window slips off the plastic clips the mechanism works fine its just the clips do not hold the window so ti doesnt come down. looks like old owner used glue, i tried alrildite however you spell it did not hold any ideas? thanks
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hey , howz it I work in the auto glass industry and the only product that will work sucessfully is a high viscosity/modualass urathane, reason being because of the preasure of up and down movement. Hope this helps you
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hey , howz it I work in the auto glass industry and the only product that will work sucessfully is a high viscosity/modualass urathane, reason being because of the preasure of up and down movement. Hope this helps you
and where would you get this from and how much? do you glue the glass to the metal bit it sits in? (im talking Xf, dunno if AU is the same)
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my dad is having the same trouble with his AU...the front passengers side wondow sticks at the front where the rubber is and forces it outa the plastic clips down bottom, wats the go, tried rubbing vass on the rubbers and using sikaflew on the plastics to keep the window in...he took the handle off the inside and now relies on AC... any help would be kool...
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