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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-16-2009, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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Alpine window

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I've worked out most all of my kinks and little issues with my truck. But i have this one very simple, annoying problem. my drivers side alpine window seems to be all fogged up and looks to be starting mold growth inside of it. I've taken it apart from the inside when i fixed my headliner and there apears to be 2 or 3 plastic window's before you get to the actual glass.i know the fogginess is in between the glass and the first plastic window. Now i haven't gotten that far into it yet because its a pain in the ass and I'm really good at breaking plastic trim ect. my question. is there an easy way to remove the alpine window and rubber from the outside and reinstall it after i clean it? or do i have to go back a remove all the trim?

this maybe a stupid question but I'm trying to find any easy way out before i dig apart all my trim again.
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That is the routing for the rear air conditioning. Why not look at the RAVE CD and see how it is fitted and do the proper cleaning?

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To remove the alpine glass you have to first remove the rubber expansion strip in the moulding. Once you've removed the expansion strip you will be able to easily force the glass out of the rubber moulding.
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