I am planning to replace the broken rear window (roll-down window) of my 1996 Toyota Corollia. A few years ago, I had the window replaced by a professional, and it only took them 10 minutes. I figure that it shouldn't be impossible for an amateur like me to do it. I could save $100 by doing it myself.
I assume that I have to remove the panel. Could I just pop the window in after that, or is it a lot more complicated? Do you have any suggestions? What kind of tools would I need? I'd appreciate any advice you can give me.
Wednesday, April 25th, 2007 AT 5:50 PM