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Like the S-series, the quarter window should come out first. For both the Ion and S-series, the quarter window is bolted to the door. The 10mm bolt is behind the moisture barrier, below the quarter window. Cut the adhesive attaching the barrier, leaving some on both the metal door and plastic barrier (the adhesive will reattach more easily to itself than to ...


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At first, by the title alone of this question alone, I thought it was April 1. But then I read the question, and although I'm not sure whether it's on-topic here, it's actually a very good question. I can't give you an absolute numeric answer, but I can hopefully provide sufficient information to help. Front windshields in most commercial vehicles allow ...


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Most electric window motors have thermal cut outs on them. When used, heat will build up in the motor. If they get too hot, the cut out comes into play and keeps the motor from moving so as to not damage the motor. When the motor sits for a period of time, the heat is dissipated and the motor is allowed to work once again. This may be what's happening to ...


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A hair dryer is adequate, and a heat gun may get too hot for the window. I removed tint on a station wagon, using the hair dryer trick, and at least for that tint, on that vehicle, it worked ok. Three demister/defroster leads were damaged. While that issue may be off-topic, it will come up. In a darkened area (like a garage at night) you may be able to ...


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The easiest way to clean it is with a blade, as in a razor blade. Use it cutting sideways into the glue, not as a scraper. This will cut away the excess glue. Then, using a heat gun, you can soften what's left of the glue and clean it off with a putty knife. Just be careful around trim just inside the window area, as well as any fascia on the outside which ...


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I suggest using heat from a hair dryer to heat up the sticker so that the adhesive loosens and then you can carefully peel the sticker off.


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ICV Windows are Individually Controlled Ventilation windows. They are the little triangle-shaped windows that were in front of the front windows on older cars.


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