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When I roll the window up or down, it tilts in the opening.

There is a small black piece that seems to be missing. Attaches to a hole in the window and fits into the door window channel.

I would call it a window slider.

Anyone tell me what is really called and where I might get one?

Looks like it will just snap back in place. Is it that easy to install?

thanks

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  • 1 year later...

It happen again. The window released from rear channel. Last time, I took the door apart and found the window has 2 guides. These guides (small black plastic triangle shaped thing) are attached to the window (there are holes through the window glass where they attach). I found the guides inside the door and reinstalled them. Worked fine until now. The top guide has let loose from the window again.

I want to install a new one this time. Can someone help me identify this part? The shop manual calls this part a "guide". 10-6-17 figure 30, item 4.

thanks for any help.

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Good Luck...

Are the guides intended to "snap" together? It appears they should.

When I fold them over the window, I can't get them to connect. Seems either I have the wrong part (looks just like the old) or perhaps a special tool is needed.

Any hints?

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Good Luck...

Are the guides intended to "snap" together? It appears they should.

When I fold them over the window, I can't get them to connect. Seems either I have the wrong part (looks just like the old) or perhaps a special tool is needed.

Any hints?

I leather punch works great, no magic, just force it.

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