REAR WINDOW REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
REMOVAL - CONTINUED
Remove sealing compound from between ends of rubber extrusion (2).
CLEANING AND INSPECTION
Use general cleaning methods to clean all parts (TM 9-2320-302-20).
If rear window glass has been removed under criteria outlined in Removal step 1, inspect channel of rubber extrusion
where marked for foreign objects. Inspect mounting flange of cab for irregularities.
Inspect all parts for wear or damage.
Wear protective gloves when handling glass. Failure to do so could result in injury to personnel.
When handling glass, be careful not to nick or splinter edges. Chipped edges could cause cracking later.
Do not use sealant around rear window glass. Sealing compounds are not needed and, if applied
unevenly, can cause leaks resulting in water damage.
If installing rear window glass only, perform steps 1 through 4. If installing rear window glass and seal, per-
form steps 1 through 6.
Lubricate rear window channel of rubber extrusion (2) with detergent and water solution.
Slide rear window glass (1) into window channel of rubber extrusion (2) as far as it will go without forcing.
Using windshield pick, alternate between top and bottom or rear window glass (1) and work rubber extrusion (2) over
edge of rear window glass.