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Old 02-08-2011, 11:34 AM   #1
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Door Glass to Regulator Brackets

Hey guys, on my 1997, the pass. side door glass. The brackets that connect the glass to the door regulator has unglued it self from the glass. The glass is getting worse and worse when rolling it up now. What would be recommended? I have previously taken two regulators out of mustangs, a 1994(manual) and 1997(electric) the 1994 was riveted in, the 1997 was just bolted in except the 2 rivets between the regulator to the glass, Not fun at all if have done this, I don't want to do that, but if it comes to that... From what i can tell about in 1996 or 1997 they started bolting the regulator in instead of rivets. If possible what glue could I use?
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I've used that 5 or 10 minute epoxy on those before. It comes in a double tube from any auto parts store. You squeeze equal amounts out and mix them together. Works great. Toughest glue I've found. Will hold on to anything.
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Re: Door Glass to Regulator Brackets

i used clear silicone, left the window rolled up all the way all nite...never came loose again.
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Re: Door Glass to Regulator Brackets

JB Weld will work too, I use it for just about anything I need to put back together, well, anything that's not on my Mustang!
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Re: Door Glass to Regulator Brackets

lol, I'm going to try the glue first, a lot easier that replacing the entire assembly
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