AnswerID: 213757 Submitted: Sunday, Jan 07, 2007 at 00:51
They're pretty simple to take out. Remove all the internal screews that secure the internal plastic trim. Remove the internal plastic trim. Next, remove the external screws - the ones you can see from the outside and the whole window just pulls outwards. You may have to push it a bit from the inside to break any sealing compound that's still on it.
Remove all the old sealant (and possibly the foam rubber strip) from around the frame and squirt on new sealant. Fit new foam strip and replace the window in the reverse order. Easy as,,,,,,,,,,
When renewing the sealing use Sikaflex, it's polyurethane and not silicon. Sikaflex is twice the price of silicon but you'll never have to do it again.
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