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Old 08-04-2009, 02:31 PM
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On my 84 Camaro I changed the windows to electric and then I noticed one of my windows does not have the plastic window guides on it. The guides look like a coat hook and hold the window in place in the up position. They are all plastic and are riveted to the window. Please someone out here tell me where I could locate two of these critters? I've checked Ecklers, Hawks, and those places but have had no luck.
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Here is the pic

Thanks Dan,
I've attached a picture. Also, do you know if besides these two stops what else is there to stop the window from going too far?
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Power Window Nightmare

Ok, I added power windows to my 84 Camaro and what a job. I hope I never have to do this again. Anyway, The problem I am having now is how to get the windows to stop without going too far? The windows on this car are a little different than most. Just above the window sash are these white plastic hook looking guides that run up against the felt guide stops. Please someone out there tell me where I can locate more of these stops and what do I need to do to stop the windows in place without stressing the glass? Thanks to all!
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Wasn't there a travel stop bolted to the bottom of the inner door when they were manual windows to keep them from going down too far??. Should be the same piece with power windows.
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Hi: I merged these two threads together to make one thread.

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