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I suggest the power's that be add this thread to the knowledge base. Good info here.

Glad you got it fixed Laramie.
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Thanks. Always glad to help, esp. if it's something I can get ahold of pics on!
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Those two pins with the gold springs (picture above) push those inward towards the middle of the motor and that gives you your slack to pull the cables out of the window frame (picture below)



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having trouble with the same thing, but need to replace the lower rear slide bracket that the glass fits in cables attach too. Need to replace the cable assemby and trying to remove: 1) removing the sliding pwr sliding center glass window out of the frame and 2) removing the slider bracket out of the frame 3) the cable ends that fit into the groove of the bracket where the cable continues out to attach the the sliding bracket for the window

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