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Unread 03-12-2011, 12:54 PM   #1
pnoozi
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4-dr 95 XJ driver window replacement, plastic washers from hell?

I drive a 4-door 95 XJ with manual crank windows.

A week ago I accidentally shattered my driver's side front window (not the vent window). I picked up a replacement window from a parts dealer.

I cannot for my life figure out how to remove the white plastic round washer looking piece from the rod that goes through the hole in the bottom of the glass to secure the window. I tried turning the torx head with a torx screwdriver, which loosened it up a tiny bit, but it won't loosen any more.

Right now the window is installed "good enough" (resting on top of the piece instead of having the thing go through it, which lets me crank the window up but not down) but this week I'd like to dive back in and install it the right way.



Anyone know what to do? Maybe I should just rage and break the plastic off...

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Unread 03-12-2011, 01:29 PM   #2
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pics would be nice.
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