nice, don't see third light holes so GSR window?
No it was an LS i believe, which holes are you referring to?
And i have some small updates from the weekend's work.
Passenger rear door is done minus the vapor barrier and the door panel. New to me door glass is in, the new motor moves that thing so fast lol. Glass all aligned correctly and didnt hear any issues. Also replaced the window trim piece with one that was much better looking than the one that was on there.
I also changed out the door's weather stripping with again the new to me weather stripping. Mine had a couple of tears at the bottom of the door and the replacements were solid.
I also cleaned out the door checks on both doors, the doors now open smoothly and easily. Before, it felt like i was dragging the doors across something.
While i was working on the driver's side, i noticed something about the felt pads on the window rides on. I initially thought the felt was worn away on a few of these, turns out it was just that dirty and matted down.
Before (not the best example, others were way worse but i had already cleaned them by the time i decided to take a picture)
After about 2 minutes with a nylon brush
All of the extras all cleaned up too
Unless i missed it in the manual, they dont really list a good method on removing the window motor from the regulator. And it is spring loaded as i found out with the first one, not sure why i didnt think of that but it scared the crap out of me when shit when flying. So here is the method i used to keep everything aligned while changing out the motor.
Motor and regulator back in the door.
I didnt put the new glass back in yet, i found a couple of rust spots where the door trim sat that i wanted to treat before i put the glass back in. Hard to see, but i sanded the rust down and put 2 coats of chassis saver in the spots.
Once the new glass is installed, i'll do the front 2. Hopefully that goes just as smooth as the rears, then after i'm done with the doors i'll move back up to the front of the car and work on swapping out that core support. Stay tuned!