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Unread 11-18-2011, 09:30 AM
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Angry How to remove 68 camaro rear window molding

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I have got the tool to remove the rear window molding. I have tried several times to locate the clips to pop the molding out, but I could not

So is there a way that you guys know of to easily locate the clips to remove the moldings.

Please share your inputs to help out the poor guy with his problem.
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You should be able to slide the clip tool between the glass and the molding until it stops. The too should have a hook on it when it stops just pry downand the molding should pop..
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Unread 11-18-2011, 03:16 PM
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You should be able to slide the clip tool between the glass and the molding until it stops. The too should have a hook on it when it stops just pry downand the molding should pop..
I did slide the tool, but I failed to get it popped. The molding is firmly attached to the window in areas, there is no gap between it and the molding.

Thanks for the though, i will try again.
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