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Chevrolet Sonic Repair Manual: Rear Side Door Stationary Window Replacement

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Rear Side Door Stationary Window Replacement

Callout

Component Name

Warning:

Refer to Glass and Sheet Metal Handling Warning.

Preliminary Procedures

Remove the rear side door window. Refer to Rear Side Door Window Replacement.

1

Rear Side Door Window Weatherstrip Lower Bolt

Caution:

Refer to Fastener Caution.

Tighten


9?€‰Y (80?€‰lb?€‰in)

Tip:

The weatherstrip and window is serviced as one assembly.

2

Rear Side Door Window Weatherstrip Upper Screw

Procedures

  1. Pull the weatherstrip out of the upper retainer to expose the screw.
  2. Remove the weatherstrip from the front and rear lower guides.
  3. Grasp both upper corners, pull forward releasing assembly from the door frame.
Tighten


3?€‰Y (27?€‰lb?€‰in)

3

Rear Side Door Window Weatherstrip

Procedures

  1. Insert the weatherstrip downward in the guide until fully seated.
  2. Carefully move the regulator upward for short slow intervals, while ensuring that the window remains in the guides.
  3. Inspect the door window for proper operation before installing the door trim panel.
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