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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-15-10, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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01 Expedition window adjustment

I had to reglue the driver side front window on my 01 and now it only comes down about 4" and starts to tip forward. How do I adjust this? I know I got the mounts in the same spot they were.

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Re: 01 Expedition window adjustment

Have you watched it with the door panel off to see what's happening? Somethingmight have come loose.

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Re: 01 Expedition window adjustment

Yes I did and nothing seems loose. I eve tried loosing the nuts on the mounts to see if it helped but no help. After about 4" it tips and totally stops.
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Re: 01 Expedition window adjustment

It must be hanging at the rear. It doesn't take much offset to make it hang. You could try moving the rear channel back and the front also.

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Re: 01 Expedition window adjustment

After everything I finally double checked where the mounts are glued and yes they are off! How do I get the window out to remove them and start over again? and thanks for all the help so far!
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Re: 01 Expedition window adjustment

1.Remove the front door trim panel.
2.Remove the front door radio speaker.
3.Remove the front door watershield.
4.Lower the window glass to access the two window glass to regulator nuts.
5.Remove the inside glass weatherstrip.
6.Remove the front door rear glass channel bolt and position the channel aside.
7.Remove the window glass to regulator nuts.
Note: Slide the glass through the outboard side of the door.

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1.Remove the front door trim panel.
2.Remove the front door radio speaker.
3.Remove the front door watershield.
4.Lower the window glass to access the two window glass to regulator nuts.
5.Remove the inside glass weatherstrip.
6.Remove the front door rear glass channel bolt and position the channel aside.
7.Remove the window glass to regulator nuts.
Note: Slide the glass through the outboard side of the door.
Finally got to do it and works great thanks!
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Glad you got it fixed. Thanks for the update.

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