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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.
THNX SO MUCH. now that works for a manuel window. got the window in place. now i have to put the cables on each side of it for it to be able to close and open. now how do i realese the cables from the old window frame. i mean how do i get some slack out of them to be able to pull them out.
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So what specifically do you need help with. Sounds like you are halfway there.
all i need now is how to release or get some slack from thecables that run to the motor. how do i remove the old window frame (thin piece of plastic, has a cable on each side, push and pull i guess





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laramie did my info not help at all? cajun posted the two (yourold and new) together. Let me know if not I might can come up with some more info.
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sorry didnt seer the second page, did u figure it out?
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  1. Remove the 2 mounting bolts (1).
  2. Disconnect the electrical connector to the power motor.
  3. Rotate the assembly and remove the 3 screws (1) that attach the motor to the regulator.
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Separate the cable housings from the glass track (1).
Disconnect the cable ends from the vent glass (2).
Separate the support clips (5) and remove the regulator assembly (3).
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Separate the cable housings from the glass track (1).
Disconnect the cable ends from the vent glass (2).
Separate the support clips (5) and remove the regulator assembly (3).
WOW thanx. this wouldve made it a lot easier but i got it. you know those two black pins with the gold springs tha tattach to the motors (cables) push those two in (like your grasping it) and theres your slack. no need to remove those pins from the track, which i couldnt anyway. there like glued in there or something i didnt want to break them. but in the future for anyone else. allyou do is remove the back seats (no headliner), slide out that upper track and push those pins together nad voula (probly didnt spell that right) but you get the poin. thanx again for all the help
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