I don't see any reference to a power window for the sliding doors, so these instructions should apply.
When the glass is cracked, but still in place, most professionals use a piece of piano wire to saw through the rubber glue. Since your glass is already mostly gone, you should be able to remove enough of the glue with a razor knife. Please be careful and take your time.
The best place to get a replacement is from a salvage yard, but for this type of miserable job, go to one where they take the replacement out of the donor vehicle for you. Inspect it for chips around the inside edge where they might have damaged it with that piano wire. Chips can leave a weak spot that can cause it to shatter on a really hot or cold day.
Sorry for the confusion. I made the writing larger in the second drawing to be easier to read, but I can't delete the first one.
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Monday, December 28th, 2020 AT 7:36 PM