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I have a Porsche Cayenne 2005 3.2V6 and recently had to replace the drivers door glass.

I replaced the glass and secured the glass window with the plastic clips in two places which fold upward and clip into place. It all seemed to have work correctly until last week when the window was fully down and door was closed, the window has either derailed off its tracks or the retaining clips have have disengaged? I have yet to strip back door to find out what has happened.

It takes a few hours to do this job due to drilling out rivet fasteners in door lining, so next time I do the job I want to make sure this doesn't happen. Does anyone have experience in this job or access to manuals to confirm how window is secured on tracks. Any feedback would be gretly appreciated, thanks.


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Probably is one of the four round fastening spacers, which are located and mounted between the rails/door frame and the door itself, broken or missing. In this case, when tighten the four bolts (rails/door frame to door), you pull open the rails too much and the glass will comes out of the rails. Hope it helps.

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