: Rear Window Back To It's Line



Cadillacboy
07-22-13, 03:52 PM
I already knew that windows could derail or go off the rail in 1993-96 Fleetwoods .Our Fleetwood was an exception until today lol . I was playing with the windows up / down to avert this problem and all of sudden I heard a noise that I had not heard of before . It was not a fun moment at all and I asked my dad what to do and he said "Get it soonest Fixed son " and I said "Aye, sir consider it done "lol
I hit the repair shop and that marked area is what they replaced , a cheap plastic material was broken and now it works as new "highfive"

pompste
07-23-13, 12:46 AM
Congrats on the plastic piece repair.How much did they charge you to fix it?

turbojimmy
07-23-13, 09:26 AM
The new ones roll rather than slide. Should be trouble-free now.

Cadillacboy
07-23-13, 03:31 PM
It's $125 with my tips :D .That part belonged to a different car , each $15 and parts total $60 .

turbojimmy
07-23-13, 08:04 PM
I'd gladly pay someone $60 to do mine. That's a good deal. Both rear windows on my limo are sketchy. Haven't come off the track yet, though....