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Old 01-12-2010, 10:06 AM
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F1 vent window seal replacement

I just spent the last hour searching the archives and reading everything I could find on the subject. I'm not getting the impression that it is possible to replace the vent window door/window seal without removing the center divider. I'm also getting the impression that removing (and reinstalling) the center divider is a major pain.

Any words of wisdom that you guys could impart before I tear into this would be greatly appreciated.

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Well, you need to remove the wing from the frame to replace the seal. So if it's still installed in the truck, then the center bar comes out with the wings. I've read that some guys have problems withthe center removal, but I haven't done mine yet - so I'm not sure!
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It's not that bad a job. Keep track of the order of special washers on the wing window lower pivot.
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Its not a big deal i had my wing windows and center divider's out and back in the truck in 30 min its not hard, You will have to roll the window up or down to get the divider out of the inspection hole.
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