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window off track (power)

Posted by malexia (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 18, 09 at 20:25

I have a 1999 Buick Century. The back passanger window has come off track. What would be the easiest way to go about fixing this?

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RE: window off track (power)

Remove the inside upholstry panel to gain access to the inside of the door. The arm-rest (if present) and door handle comes off first. The most tedious part of this job is unhooking and/or reassembling the rod from the handle to the door latch.

It is advised, before you begin, to get spare door panel push-in fasteners because some of these may become compromised when the panel is pried off. Also, it is comforting to have replacements in the advent of dropping a fastner and not being able to readily find it.

If this is the first time that you have done this procdeure and it intimidates you, get help.

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