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Old December 4th, 2007, 09:15 AM   #1
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So of course I'm a lazy ass and tried to roll down my window... yea so it broke... Made a loud snap, then about 10 miles down the road it decided to open. By open I mean fall about 10" and scare the hell outta me.. I think i ripped the thingy off the bottom of the window. I can roll it up but when i roll it down the window stays there, then falls randomly. So I'm pretty sure its the thing that holds the window at the bottom. Just wondering if its just a simple glue on peice or something else.
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Old December 4th, 2007, 10:07 AM   #2
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So of course I'm a lazy ass and tried to roll down my window... yea so it broke... Made a loud snap, then about 10 miles down the road it decided to open. By open I mean fall about 10" and scare the hell outta me.. I think i ripped the thingy off the bottom of the window. I can roll it up but when i roll it down the window stays there, then falls randomly. So I'm pretty sure its the thing that holds the window at the bottom. Just wondering if its just a simple glue on peice or something else.




my wife just did the same thing last friday

but her window is stuck up when you hit the button you can here the arm go down and back up but the glass sets still
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just another thing I haft to fix on that dam dodge !!!!!






but my Toyota that was parked right beside her dodge had no problem with the power windows

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Old December 4th, 2007, 01:30 PM   #3
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wait till it thaws when mine did it scared the hell outta me
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Old December 4th, 2007, 03:47 PM   #4
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You might be able to JB Weld the pieces back together. Since you're going to be messing around with the door panel and what not, you might as well just fix it right.
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Old December 7th, 2007, 07:29 AM   #5
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Well Mis got a wild hair last night and she tore the door down. "thats my girl"
after she got it all apart I went out to help her. sure as shit she ripped those brackets right off the bottom of the glass. so it was off to Lowes to get some epoxy that would stick to glass and metal. now that it has had time to set up she can put the door back together tonight

all in all the job sucked to half to do it but it was not hard
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Sounds good RBB thanks Ill get on it this weekend.
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