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Old 05-25-2012, 11:09 AM   #1
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Tried to break in car!

I slept over at my girls house last night. And my car alarm went off at 6 in the morning and when I run out to see what it is no one was there I turn off the alarm and check the car looks fine. When I open the door I realize someone tried to break in and damaged my window. Here are some pics I'm so fricken mad i can punch someone! Is it fixable or do I have to get a new one?

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Old 05-25-2012, 11:14 AM   #2
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Looks like you might need a replacement. Sorry.
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Re: Tried to break in car!

I'm not sure how you would fix that... except with a new window.
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Alright thnks guys. Dammit there goes some money down the toilet
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Re: Tried to break in car!

You might be able to find one somewhat cheap.
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You might be able to find one somewhat cheap.
Is a job I can do in my garage? Or do I need a shop to replace it
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Re: Tried to break in car!

If memory serves correct from replacing my window track (and motor)... it shouldn't be anything too difficult (as I did more in my apartment parking lot). You'll need a drill to drill out rivets, some basic hand tools (ratchet and what not), and a rivet tool.
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If memory serves correct from replacing my window track (and motor)... it shouldn't be anything too difficult (as I did more in my apartment parking lot). You'll need a drill to drill out rivets, some basic hand tools (ratchet and what not), and a rivet tool.
Ok I have those tools so I'll probably give it a try. Maybe there's a how to somewhere on google. Thnks a bunch
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I work for an autoglass company, if you have full glass coverage your insurance should replace it, it usually depends when it's not the front windshield. If you have any relative experience you should be able to do it yourself, but it may take a lot longer than a shop could, should be under $100 for the glass itself, find out what else you'll need to replace it.

In short I'd give your insurance company a call first then your local autoglass shop to see how much/what you'll need if they don't help call a Ford dealer and ask for the parts department theyre nice people and should hook you up just have your VIN ready( ask for the driver side door window part number if it needs anything like moldings ect.)
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Re: Tried to break in car!

You take out the weather stripping and disassemble the door components. Start by removing the speaker cover (it pries off with a screw driver pretty easy), then unbolting it. Unbolt the mirror. The mirror and speaker are now free. Pull the lock pin if you have after market ones (stockers should be ok). Remove the door handle cup. You should be about at the point you can remove the inner door panel. If memory serves, you should now be able to see how the weather stripping on the door is fixed. Roll window half way down (this can be done earlier). Remove window from track (this can be difficult). Put new window in track. I believe I bolted the window back to the track with LocTite. Reassemble.

I may be missing some steps.
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Freaking turds out there. Can't make something of themselves so they make things harder on contributing members of society, all because they want free stuff. Sorry to see that.
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I work for an autoglass company, if you have full glass coverage your insurance should replace it, it usually depends when it's not the front windshield. If you have any relative experience you should be able to do it yourself, but it may take a lot longer than a shop could, should be under $100 for the glass itself, find out what else you'll need to replace it.

In short I'd give your insurance company a call first then your local autoglass shop to see how much/what you'll need if they don't help call a Ford dealer and ask for the parts department theyre nice people and should hook you up just have your VIN ready( ask for the driver side door window part number if it needs anything like moldings ect.)
Hmm I doubt I have glass insurance but I'll give it a shot. If I don't then I'll either look on Craig's or call ford thnks.

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You take out the weather stripping and disassemble the door components. Start by removing the speaker cover (it pries off with a screw driver pretty easy), then unbolting it. Unbolt the mirror. The mirror and speaker are now free. Pull the lock pin if you have after market ones (stockers should be ok). Remove the door handle cup. You should be about at the point you can remove the inner door panel. If memory serves, you should now be able to see how the weather stripping on the door is fixed. Roll window half way down (this can be done earlier). Remove window from track (this can be difficult). Put new window in track. I believe I bolted the window back to the track with LocTite. Reassemble.

I may be missing some steps.
Sweet thanks this is very helpful I'll definately save this for the future for now look for a glass
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Try junk yards as well... Www.cat-part.com will tell you what the closest one to you with the glass is
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Re: Tried to break in car!

For what it's worth, I could probably do it in an hour or less after re-familiarizing myself with the car. It's not that hard, it's just knowing how it's put together and what not.
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For what it's worth, I could probably do it in an hour or less after re-familiarizing myself with the car. It's not that hard, it's just knowing how it's put together and what not.
Ya I knw what you're saying. Were do u live lol so u can do it for me (: n do u knw if any 99-04 mustang window will fit I'm sure their all the same but why not ask
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Ya I knw what you're saying. Were do u live lol so u can do it for me (: n do u knw if any 99-04 mustang window will fit I'm sure their all the same but why not ask
Yes they will all work..
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Yes they will all work..
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Iowa City, though you'd spend more on gas than the repairs cost lol
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Iowa City, though you'd spend more on gas than the repairs cost lol
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I slept over at my girls house last night. And my car alarm went off at 6 in the morning and when I run out to see what it is no one was there I turn off the alarm and check the car looks fine. When I open the door I realize someone tried to break in and damaged my window. Here are some pics I'm so fricken mad i can punch someone! Is it fixable or do I have to get a new one?
Good thing you have an alarm
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Good thing you have an alarm
Yea I knw but I really don't have nothing of value inside my car. Stock everything except my sparco seats. N only my backpack was showing
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I slept over at my girls house last night. And my car alarm went off at 6 in the morning and when I run out to see what it is no one was there I turn off the alarm and check the car looks fine. When I open the door I realize someone tried to break in and damaged my window. Here are some pics I'm so fricken mad i can punch someone! Is it fixable or do I have to get a new one?
Alright first off I'm sorry to hear this. just get the seal too the weather strip it might be like 109$. Find it at a local collision center or latemodelrestoration.com.
The seal is simple to change. Snaps right in.
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****ing amateurs.......that sucks. Did you try a salvage yard?
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****ing amateurs.......that sucks. Did you try a salvage yard?
Screw a salvage yard. Get the real deal.
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Screw a salvage yard. Get the real deal.
That all depends what kind of budget you are on but yes the real deal is better.
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That all depends what kind of budget you are on but yes the real deal is better.
Yeah you got that right. money talks
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Screw a salvage yard. Get the real deal.
How is a salvage yard not the real deal??? Stock glass out of a stock mustang at cheap price?!?!??
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How is a salvage yard not the real deal??? Stock glass out of a stock mustang at cheap price?!?!??
I agree but would do a new one if funds were available.
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I agree but would do a new one if funds were available.
I still don't understand...y buy new?? It's glass, it doesn't wear, the sides don't pit (unless maybe you live in sand storm areas), get a junk one and some windex and install that shiot! No reason to waste $ where it's not needed.
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****ing amateurs.......that sucks. Did you try a salvage yard?
No haven't had time n I'm low on money since I just ordered my wheels
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No haven't had time n I'm low on money since I just ordered my wheels
You can check online. Since you are low on money go with the salvage yard,you can find some good deals and some places will install the part for you at a decent price.
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You can check online. Since you are low on money go with the salvage yard,you can find some good deals and some places will install the part for you at a decent price.
Ok thnks will do sometime next week. Ima have to retint it as well i might as well do limo tint the whole car
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