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I bought new window seals for my 88 Bronco II but not sure on how to replace them . Can someone explain it to me please ?

sechmo60
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Asked by sechmo60 Jul 21, 2012 at 12:26 AM about the 1988 Ford Bronco II

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 88 ford bronco II XLT with vent windows - non power window - and Im wondering how to replace the window seals . I bought a brand new clip on type set of seals !!!

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Rachel Kirby
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you're side windows should be installed much like a windshield due to the none opening n such. since you have new replacements use the knife & cut the old seal. be ready for the glass no matter what don't want that broken :) clean up all old adhesive off truck and install your new seal. also,i'm sure you tube & goggle have some videos on it,too. hope that helps =)

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sechmo60
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TY Rachel but maybe i didnt ask my question clear enough .. I need to replace the window SEALS { sweeps } , both inner and outer. They have turned very brittle and have started to break into pieces and fall into the door ... I know i need to remove the interior panels on each door but not sure how to start that process...

Rachel Kirby
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Ohhhhh,lol,sorry bout that most are held in place with little popper holders,they look like plastic screws but just pop into the hole. you should be able to slide a flat head in between the panel & the door & pop em out. My daughter has a '86 Bronco ll as well. i would start at the bottom corner that's rounded & start gently prying. =)

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sechmo60
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Ty Rachel . After i get the panels off , Any idea on how to replace the inner & outer window sweeps ??? Looks to me as tho the window itself is in the way weather it's rolled up or down ???? The new set of sweeps I bought says ithas snap in connectors ....

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Rachel Kirby
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You'll have to remove the window. I don't know about snap in connectors,they are held in with adhesive but it maybe a universal fit kind. Either way make sure you clean out all the old adhesive cause ya don't wanna have to do this again in a few months. Hope I helped ya =)

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