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Old 12-29-2013, 02:32 PM   #1
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Convertible top back window

The bottom portion underneath the back window on my convertible top came loose and it leaks water into the space where the convertible top rests when it's down. Do I have to buy a new top? Or? What can I do? Thanks!
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You only have to replace the back window, a shop should be able to install it for around $300-$400 I got mine done for $300 and I had te same problem as you
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You only have to replace the back window, a shop should be able to install it for around $300-$400 I got mine done for $300 and I had te same problem as you

I have to replace the back window? Could I just put adhesive on the black piece and put it back on to the window? Or is the whole window faulty at this point?
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You could try some adhesive sealant and see if it works but sooner or later the whole back window price will need replacing
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You could try some adhesive sealant and see if it works but sooner or later the whole back window price will need replacing

I need it to last about a week, so I'll give it a try. Thanks a lot for your help man! Really appreciate it!
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No problem at all man, hope all goes good!!!
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