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PostSubject: VENT WINDOW BRACKET   Wed Nov 16, 2016 8:40 pm

SO I JUST BOUGHT A NEW SET OF THE LOWER WING WINDOW LOCKING PIVOTS BECAUSE MY PASSENGER SIDE ONE
IS BROKEN, MY QUESTION: DO I NEED TO REMOVE THE INNER DOOR CARD TO GET THE BRACKET OUT OR CAN IT BE REMOVED WITHOUT HAVING TO DO THAT? I ASSUME THERE IS A BUSHING OF SORTS THAT IT SPINS ON AND I DONT WANT TO BREAK THAT IF I CANT PREVENT IT BUT I ALSO DONT WANT TO TAKE A CHANCE IN HURTING THE DOOR CARD. ANY ADVISE HELPS, THANKS!

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PostSubject: Re: VENT WINDOW BRACKET   Wed Nov 16, 2016 11:43 pm

John from Big M will know this answer, hopefully he chimes in

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PostSubject: Re: VENT WINDOW BRACKET   Fri Dec 02, 2016 6:27 am

I have the shop manual on cd rom. I'll have a look as soon as i can/remember for you
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PostSubject: Re: VENT WINDOW BRACKET   Sun Dec 04, 2016 4:36 am

the manual said quote: "Remove the door inside hardware and trim panel. Remove the center bar and adjusting screw. Remove the ventilator screws, Figure 13. lower door glass and remove the ventilator assembly." The illustration provided showed a sedan door frame with three screws holding the chrome frame to the door. So apparently the whole unit slides out and free from the door. I assume the hardtops will be similar. Or at least hope so. Looks like you're going to have to remove the inner door panel either way. The manual provides hopefully non-harmful methods for this as well as the plans for a tool to remove the door handles and cranks (design probably on internet) too which can also can be used to tease the panel off. start gently prying at the lower rear corner. the fasteners are embedded in the trim panel so take it easy. Also, from personal experience, you might encounter a plastic vapor barrier. reseal it when you're done.but with what, I don't know.
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