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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Front Side Door Window Replacement

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Front Side Door Window Replacement

Callout

Component Name

Warning:

Refer to Glass and Sheet Metal Handling Warning.

Preliminary Procedures

  1. Remove the front side door trim panel. Refer to Front Side Door Trim Replacement.
  2. Remove the front side door rear guide. Refer to Front Side Door Window Rear Guide Replacement
  3. Remove the front side door window outer sealing strip. Refer to Front Side Door Window Outer Sealing Strip Replacement.

1

Front Side Door Window Regulator Guide Nuts?€‰(Qty:?€‰2)

Caution:

Refer to Fastener Caution.

Procedure

  1. Use masking tape, tape off the outer door frame and applique to prevent scratching.
  2. Remove the front side door water deflector.
  3. Loosen nuts so that the window can be removed from the guides.
  4. In order to remove the window out of the frame, carefully grasp and tilt the window as you guide the window up and forward.
Tighten


11?€‰Y?€‰(97?€‰lb?€‰in)

2

Front Side Door Window

Procedure

  1. Lower the window to align the guide nuts with the access holes in the inner door panel.
  2. Do not operate the regulator motor without supporting the window. Ensure that the window remains in the guide when operating the regulator motor.
  3. Carefully move the regulator upward for short slow intervals, while ensuring that the window remains in the guide.
  4. Inspect the window for proper operation before installing the trim panel.
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