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big110



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Rear sliding window glass removal from frame?

Am I able to remove the glass out of the frame on the rear sliding windows in my 2014 station wagon

Thanks

Post #750117 9th Jan 2019 3:58am
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bob neville



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You can but you need to remove the frame from the vehicle and then split the frame by undoing a couple of screws.

It is quite an easy job on a pre Puma model as the frames are riveted in but the Puma frames are glued in.

I am sure if it can be done without removing the frame somebody will be along to correct me !

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Post #750138 9th Jan 2019 11:06am
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big110



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Ok hoping I can pop them out somehow without taking the frame out. That’s been the biggest pain ever

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Thon



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United Kingdom 2007 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Keswick Green

I was told by my workshop that in order to change the window runners, I would have to remove the whole window frame from side panel, which as stated is bonded in and a total pain to remove.

I would presume the same for the window glass.

Hoping someone might have a simpler way?

Post #750358 10th Jan 2019 4:14pm
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Merlin



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Had my Puma ones cut out. Seemed no other way. Peter

Post #750535 11th Jan 2019 1:23pm
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big110



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You might be on to something!

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Scotm



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Scotland 2012 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 SW Orkney Grey

You can replace the runners without removing the glass.

I just did it on mine using this:

https://www.woolies-trim.co.uk/product/1649/small-window-channel

It usually only the bottom half that needs doing.

It slides in easy enough with a bit of silicon spray.

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big110



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But I want to pull the glass all the way out

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Re: Rear sliding window glass removal from frame?

big110 wrote:
Am I able to remove the glass out of the frame on the rear sliding windows in my 2014 station wagon

Thanks



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