Instructions

Pull away trim molding

1 - upper corner section

2 - upper trim section

3 - lower comer section

4 - lower trim section

Using a wooden or plastic spatula, carefully lift trim molding out of the window rubber, starting in the corner section area. Place a rag between trim molding and rubber seal and pull out molding by pulling the rag along the rubber seal.

Cut through rubber seal

Insert cranked knife (E) into cutter (A). Using a grindstone, sharpen the cutting knife with the equipment running. Engage cutting knife Into rubber seal, set vibration regulator to stage 6 and cut rubber seal in a continuous line between rear side window and body.

Lift out rear side window

Lift remains of rubber seal off the body

Attach adhesive tape to body

Cover body in visible area of window aperture with adhesive tape to protect the paintwork.

Remove adhesive sealant from body

Insert flashing knife (D) into cutter (A) and remove adhesive only to the extent that the remaining adhesive covers the whole area in a uniform manner.

Operation

Instructions

Clean window aperture in body

Clean window aperture of body thoroughly using cleaning solution (G5).

Attention: Make sure no cleaning solution residues remain on the bodywork.

Apply primer to damaged areas of body

Use primer (G4) to coat damaged paintwork areas in non-visible section of window aperture.

Remove adhesive sealant from rear side window

Using a fixed knife, remove adhesive residue carefully from rear side window. A thin coating of adhesive covering the bonding surface in a uniform manner may remain.

Clean rear side window Clean rear side window thoroughly using cleaning solution (G5).

Attention: Make sure no cleaning solution residue remains on the window.

Clean rubber seal Clean window channel of rubber strip using cleaning solution (G5).

Attention: Make sure no cleaning solution residue remains in the window channel.

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