Replacing Car Window


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Old 11-25-05, 10:48 AM
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Question Replacing Car Window

We have a 94 Dodge Sundance. The small, left/rear, trianglar door window is broken out completely. It was broken into last year, and we haven't gotten around to fixing it. I don't know much about cars, so my question is this: how difficult would it be for an amateur like myself to replace a broken window? I have cut glass a couple times before, and I know basics about tools. Where would I find the glass to replace it? How much would it cost, approximately, to do it myself rather than having it done for me? Thanks!
 
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Old 11-27-05, 01:29 PM
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Glass.

That piece of glass will be tempered safety glass. You can't cut it.
The cheapest place to find it would be at a wrecker yard. The gasket will have to come out of the door to be clean throughly. Then you will have a good rubber gasket to glass seal so you won't get wind noise.
At a salvage yard you should pay no more than $10.
New - $60-80.

Good Luck.
 
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Old 11-28-05, 10:15 AM
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Go to a U-Pull-It junkyard and practive on some cars. It should be real easy to do it yourself.
 
 

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