Glass - Door - LH - Rear (Adjust)

Correction code 1150040011500400

DRAFT

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  1. Place 2 pieces of masking tape vertically across the moving glass and outer belt, and cut the tape near the edge where the glass meets the seal.
  2. Remove the LH rear door trim panel. See Panel - Door Trim - Rear - LH (Remove and Install).
  3. Remove the plugs (x2) that cover the openings in the door to gain access to the bolts that secure the window glass.
  4. If available, connect the window switch special tool. Otherwise, support the door trim panel and reconnect the door trim panel harness.
  5. .Lower the window for access to the regulator isolation clamps.
  6. Loosen the fasteners that secure the window glass to the window regulator clamps about 1/2 turn to maintain the position of the window but still allow adjustment.
  7. Adjust the window glass position to achieve the gap target, and then hand tighten the fasteners.
  8. Close the LH rear door.
  9. Raise the LH rear window using the driver's master switch.
  10. Check the gap and flush on the LH rear window and adjust it, if necessary.
  11. Open the LH rear door.
  12. Loosen the lower regulator mounting nuts. Adjust the window regulator angle by turning the mounting stud.
    Note: One turn of the lower regulator nut equals 1 mm adjustment; clockwise turns adjusts the window angle outwards and counterclockwise adjusts the window inwards.
  13. Hand tighten the regulator fasteners.
  14. Hand tighten the lower regulator mounting nuts.
  15. Close the LH rear door.
  16. Raise the LH rear window fully using the driver's master switch.
  17. Check the LH rear window for gap and flush and re-adjust, if necessary.
  18. Open the LH rear door.
  19. Lower the window for access to the regulator isolation clamps.
  20. Tighten the fasteners that secure the window glass to the window regulator.
    Torque 12 Nm
  21. Tighten the fasteners that secure the window regulator to the closeout panel.
    Torque 10 Nm
  22. If installed, disconnect the window switch special tool and reconnect the window switch electrical connector.
  23. Install the plugs (x2) that cover the openings in the door for access to the fasteners securing the glass.
  24. Install the LH rear door trim panel. See Panel - Door Trim - Rear - LH (Remove and Install).
  25. Get inside the LH 2nd row seat and close the LH rear door.
  26. Lower the LH rear window fully.
  27. Raise the LH rear window fully and continue to hold the window switch for 10 seconds after the window stops.
  28. Press the window switch down to the second position to activate the auto down function, and then activate the auto raise function of the window. If the window does not lower completely, repeat the previous step.
  29. Exit the vehicle and close the LH front and rear doors.
  30. Remove the masking tape from the vehicle.
1Place 2 pieces of masking tape vertically across the moving glass and outer belt, and cut the tape near the edge where the glass meets the seal.
2Remove the LH rear door trim panel. See Panel - Door Trim - Rear - LH (Remove and Install).
3Remove the plugs (x2) that cover the openings in the door to gain access to the bolts that secure the window glass.
4If available, connect the window switch special tool. Otherwise, support the door trim panel and reconnect the door trim panel harness.
5.Lower the window for access to the regulator isolation clamps.
6Loosen the fasteners that secure the window glass to the window regulator clamps about 1/2 turn to maintain the position of the window but still allow adjustment.
7Adjust the window glass position to achieve the gap target, and then hand tighten the fasteners.
8Close the LH rear door.
9Raise the LH rear window using the driver's master switch.
10Check the gap and flush on the LH rear window and adjust it, if necessary.
11Open the LH rear door.
12Loosen the lower regulator mounting nuts. Adjust the window regulator angle by turning the mounting stud.
Note: One turn of the lower regulator nut equals 1 mm adjustment; clockwise turns adjusts the window angle outwards and counterclockwise adjusts the window inwards.
13Hand tighten the regulator fasteners.
14Hand tighten the lower regulator mounting nuts.
15Close the LH rear door.
16Raise the LH rear window fully using the driver's master switch.
17Check the LH rear window for gap and flush and re-adjust, if necessary.
18Open the LH rear door.
19Lower the window for access to the regulator isolation clamps.
20Tighten the fasteners that secure the window glass to the window regulator.
Torque 12 Nm
21Tighten the fasteners that secure the window regulator to the closeout panel.
Torque 10 Nm
22If installed, disconnect the window switch special tool and reconnect the window switch electrical connector.
23Install the plugs (x2) that cover the openings in the door for access to the fasteners securing the glass.
24Install the LH rear door trim panel. See Panel - Door Trim - Rear - LH (Remove and Install).
25Get inside the LH 2nd row seat and close the LH rear door.
26Lower the LH rear window fully.
27Raise the LH rear window fully and continue to hold the window switch for 10 seconds after the window stops.
28Press the window switch down to the second position to activate the auto down function, and then activate the auto raise function of the window. If the window does not lower completely, repeat the previous step.
29Exit the vehicle and close the LH front and rear doors.
30Remove the masking tape from the vehicle.