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Old 09-09-2010, 10:44 PM
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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.
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