Gen I and II door glass adjustment how to!

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  1. oneqwicksho

    oneqwicksho SHO Member

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    There have been a lot of postes asking on how to do this so I figured I would post this up for everyone to have

    Step 1: Remove door trim panel and watershield.

    Step 2: Lower door glass approximately 3 inches.

    Step 3: Loosen nut washer assemblies (A) and (B) retaining the equalizer bracket to door inner panel

    Step 4: Loosen nut and washer assembly (C) retaining door glass stabilizer

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    Step 5: With door open, place hands on each side of glass and pull glass fully into door glass run assembly at B-pillar

    Step 6: Tighten nut and washer (A). Apply downward pressure on equalizer bracket and tighten nut and washer (B) to 5-8 lb-ft

    Step 7: Set door glass stabilizer so that it is slightly touching glass and tighten nut and washer assembly to 5-8 lb-ft. If the "B" hole is a vertical slotted hole, Make sure that the nut and washer (B) is positioned at the bottom of the slot as you apply a downward pressure on the equalizer bracket. Then tighten nut and washer (B) to 5-8 lb-ft.

    Step 8: cycle door glass for proper operation

    Step 8: reassemble and enjoy

    Ps will have pic soon
     
    Last edited: Jun 2, 2011
  2. 2BadSHOs

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  3. tompumped

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    Thank you for posting the info. I made it better with the info you gave me before, hopefully this will eliminate it.
     

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