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Old 11-05-2005, 10:08 AM   #1
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Default Rear quarter window (help)

Hi all,

Well I am getting desperate. My car is leaking from the passenger side rear quarter window. The water is flowing along the bottom of the window & right into the trunk. I need to know how to get to were the seal is on the window. The trim almost looks like it is glued to the window. Is this true? If so, how do I get the window out without breaking either the trim or the window? Do I really just need to take this to a glass place?

For the record, it is absolutely not the sunroof as I sealed the whole sunroof with duct tape & the window still leaked. Thanks in advance for the help.

Pat Callaghan
Portland, Or.


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