Replacing the sliding rear window on a Dodge Dakota pickup starts with removal of the old glass. The window sits in a rubber gasket that seals to the window frame as well as on the opening in the truck cab. Removing the window with the gasket is the only way to get the gasket out in one piece, saving it for reuse later. The window will come out with very little effort and in about 10 minutes, but be careful that you do not pop it out of the cab so quickly that it falls and gets broken.
Things You’ll Need: Phillips screwdriver, Flat screwdrivers
- Slide the seat in your Dakota as far forward as possible, then fold the seat back forward. Climb into the truck behind the seat and locate the retaining screws in the trim around the rear window of your truck.