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Old 03-13-2009, 10:47 PM
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Default Window clips for drivers window

The slide clips that keep my drivers window aligned are broken so no fast food until I get them replaced.

First, anyone know where to get new ones?

And how do I replace them. I'm an engine guy, body work isn't my strong suit.

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Old 03-14-2009, 07:08 AM
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If your talking about the piece I think (part is called a window guide) you can get them in the help aisle at autozone or advance they just snap on then just pop the window back into the track

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keep in mind that if you have crappy window molding they will break again, i went threw 3 of them on my passanger side before giving up on them
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True this, my 87 ate 5 sets on passenger side, had to hit junk yard to get molding.
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I have the same problem, but i never suspected the window molding.
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Go to an auto glass repair place if you can't find the clips anywhere else. I'm pretty sure the clips are a standard size for all GM vehicles for this era, if your auto glass repair place doesn't sell them or carry them for the public I would then recomend going to the dealer or an auto salvage. Good luck.
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