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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-18-2010 Thread Starter
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2000 Mustang GT Drivers side window-regulator problem

My drivers side window does not seat with the weather strip when closed. Took the panel off and found that the regulator bracket that holds the glass has separated from the glass. It appears to have been attached at the factory with some kind of glue but FORD parts don't carry the glue. Does anybody know what this glue is or where I can get it from?


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Its a 2-part epoxy and you can get it at any bodyshop supply store or some of the better autoparts stores. You can also ask a Ford dealer for the epoxy that was used in the 04S20 Explorer backglass recall.


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Thanks for the reply, I will investigate your suggestion.

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Mods: FRPP aluminum driveshaft and 3.73 gears; Steeda bumpsteer kit, castor camber plates, and short throw shifter; Eibach lowering springs and sway bars; Tokico shocks; Borla S-type catback; K&N drop in filter
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