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Old 09-01-2004, 04:39 PM
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sliding rear window latch

i just noticed today that there doesnt seem to be anything for the latch on my window to catch on, which would prevent it from being opened, am i missing some sort of lip or clip?

its a 02 f250 cc
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On the stationary part of the window there should be a plastic black trim attached to the edge of the window that runs vertically from top to bottom that the latch catches on. I took a picture of it but I can not upload it as an attachment.
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thanks, i got it to latch to the trim (my window musta been way out of allignment
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