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Old 09-08-2015, 10:47 PM   #1
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Removing rear windows

I'm trying to remove the small rear windows in my 2001 mustang convertible. I've removed the trim and speaker system, but can not figure out how this black piece (refer to photo) is supposed to come off. Even after an extensive search, I can not find any information. If anyone has done this before or can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it!

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Old 09-09-2015, 09:00 AM   #2
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Did you try prying it off? The areas where there are dimples may be pins or protrusions that go into locking mechanisms holding the black plate in place. This is only a guess on my part as I have not had to replace window regulator/motor on either rear window on my 2002 vert. You will need to remove the front seat belt to get that out of the way.
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The black panel is just stuck on with glue. Get a putty knife and slide between black cover and frame. I had mine off on my 2002 vert. It will be a black and grey.


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Last word was supposed to be black and goey. Very tacky


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Thanks guys, my first impression was that it would just need to be pried off, but since I couldn't find any info on it I just wanted to make sure. Will I need to glue it back on afterwards?

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I just stuck mine back on, everything was still tacky. Stayed on without any problems.


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