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Cab Rear window requlator removal/installation

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After much research on DIY info on the net, service manuals etc. for the past 3 months while recovering from surgery. I proceeded to replace it. All the DIY information I got to the last item to remove the old, the bottom nut. This nut was a pinch nut on the bottom adjustment bracket, I could look down and see it clearly the bracket had a t shaped opening so that when you loosen the nut you could slide it out. The problem was how to loosen the nut. It was at the bottom of the car to deep to reach it with a normal wrench and the slot was too narrow and not wide enough for box end wrench and to narrow for an open end one, so I ground down an open end and welded a re-rod to it. I was able to turn it about a 1/8 of a turn, then I couldn't get it to turn any more. My neighbor came over and we tried many things to no avail, then he stuck a socket extension into the windows wire harness grommet, eureka I could see the ext. we removed the grommet put a 13mm socket on it and backed it off, bingo out with the old and in with the new.

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