If a quarter panel window on your Toyota becomes damaged, it not only detracts from the overall look of your vehicle, but also can put it at risk of being stolen and creates an unsafe condition for passengers. A damaged window should be replaced as soon as possible. The procedure is fairly straightforward and can be completed in just over an hour by a person who has basic auto repair knowledge.
Things You’ll Need: Utility knife, Phillips-head screwdriver, Work gloves, Quarter panel window, Window gasket, Window adhesive, Trim stick
- Enter the back seat of your Toyota. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the weatherstripping in place, and lift the weatherstripping away from the window and place it aside. Slide the trim stick into the window frame and unhook the rubber trim from its connectors. Carefully pull the rubber trim away from the window.