TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL
BODIES AND CABS
Pry out channel seal from door window frame (Fig.
Since rear run channel is already loosened as
outlined under "DOOR GLASS", remove channel and
seal through door access opening (Fig. 15).
Obtain replacement channel seal and insert lower
end in rear run channel.
Place channel and seal assembly inside door and
press upper end of seal into window frame.
Procedure for mounting rear run channel to door is
same as covered under "DOOR GLASS".
DOOR GLASS INNER AND OUTER SEALS
Door glass inner and outer seals are retained in
bottom of window frame by clips (Fig. 16).
Remove cab door glass as outlined under "DOOR
GLASS". Glass may be left in bottom of door or
removed through access opening as desired.
Carefully pry out inner and outer seals from window
frame (Fig. 16). Apply pressure at clips to avoid
damage. If clips are broken during removal, a
replacement seal will be necessary.
Fig. 16 Door Glass Inner Seal
To install door glass inner and outer seals, simply
align seals in place and press clips into openings provided.
Avoid damage to seal by applying pressure at clip locations
DOOR VENT GLASS AND FRONT RUN CHANNEL
The door vent glass and front run channel (Fig. 17)
is serviced as one assembly. It is held in place in door by two
pan head screws and two hex head bolts.
Fig. 17 Removing or Installing Door Vent Glass and
Front Run Channel
Remove door glass and door glass window seals as
At the outside of door remove two pan head
mounting screws, one from top and one from front
From inside of door remove two hex head bolts and
detach vent glass and front run channel from door.
Lift out vent glass and front run channel as an
assembly through window frame (Fig. 17).
Door vent glass and front run channel installation is
accomplished by reversing the foregoing removal procedure.
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