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LARAMIE382 09-09-2010 10:33 PM

Replacing rear power window on 2010
 
So as some of you guys know my 2010 ram was broken into. Just to steal my headrest. Now i have to replace the rear sliding/power window. Does anyone here know how to replace that lil window. Any techs pls help. Lots of money to replace plus like 150 for window. thinking of replacing it with plexi. Thanx ramforumz for all the help

RootBeer 09-09-2010 10:44 PM

First question comes to mind is insurance?

I've done several window installs on older model cars and trucks. I can be tricky at times, really depends on how the interior of the door itself is designed.

Basically remove the interior door panel and take a look to see what you have. Pull the switch from the door panel and hook it back up to the wires after you take off the panel so you can see how the whole mechanism works.

With the mechanism fully down, take out what's left of the old window and then slide in the new one. I don't recommend plexiglass though. It has terrible long term wear/clarity.

moparornocar72 09-10-2010 12:15 AM

First off that sucks your truck got brokin into. Sounds like a gang initation as thats what the stupid gangs to around here. Here's what I could come up with. let me know if you need more and I might can dig up some more.
  1. Slide the upper run channel (1) out of the window frame (2).
  2. Slide the vent glass (3) upward to remove from the lower window frame (2).
  3. Lower the glass (3) out of the upper window frame (2) and remove.
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c8...r72/glass1.jpg

moparornocar72 09-10-2010 12:16 AM

please dont use plexi, it will crack and look horrible after awhile.

LARAMIE382 09-12-2010 05:16 AM

Hhheeeeeeeeellllllpppppp!!!!!!!
 
I really need some help replacing my rear sliding POWER window. I had already started a thread and some one was helping me but i cant find it anymore. So heres whats happening. I removed my back seats and the headliner already. It just seems like its all one big rubber peace (the track where the middle power sliding window sits in, top and bottom) It just seems that if i was to remove the tracks, it would come out with the entire rear window, its all one piece, no screws for it or nothing. Its late ryte now but i will post pictures up tomorow when i get off work. Spent half the day removing the seats and headliner. (which i probably didnt have to remove in the first place) but i did and since its out i might redo in a suede, coach or burberry. But thats a different topic. HHHHHEEEEEELLLLPPPPPP PLEASE.

charlie3133 09-12-2010 10:11 AM

Hi, I am afraid that I can't help you with your actual problem but I did find your original post.

Looks like it got moved.

Here you go

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=61184

RootBeer 09-12-2010 12:34 PM

Here's the link to your other post.

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=61184

erm 09-12-2010 01:47 PM

So what specifically do you need help with. Sounds like you are halfway there.

HoustonHemi 09-12-2010 01:47 PM

One of the 'oddities' of this forum that you'll seldom see elsewhere,,, threads get moved by the Mods on a regular basis.

Never did understand the 'click on the new posts tab instead' rationality,,,.

(And I still don't use it.)

Myself, I don't really want to sift through a bunch of new posts covering a barrel full subjects that I have no interest in....

BUT, sorry for the OT rant.

CajunDodge 09-12-2010 01:54 PM

No problem man and I put these two threads together. That way anyone else looking for this info can find it, but good luck with that and be sure to keep us posted. :)

- Cajun


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