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Hydraulic Windows
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jerbear
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Does anyone have a procedure for removing the windows and hydraulic assemblies from the front doors and rear quarter panels (1953). I don't find anything in the Service Manual or Service Letters--unless I'm just missing it.

Posted on: 2012/2/11 15:21
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Re: Hydraulic Windows
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There is a little bit in the hydraulic section of 22-23 series manual. As I recall, 51-4 is very similar to the earlier as far as door and quarters go. There may be some detail changes but I believe the openings and twisting/positions needed is about the same. http://www.packardinfo.com/xoops/html ... cemanual4650/Section1.pdf

Posted on: 2012/2/11 15:45
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Howard, I went through the linked manual. Hidden screws, a special removal tool - it will be very useful to 2packards.

Posted on: 2012/2/11 16:12
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Re: Hydraulic Windows
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I've never worked on the power windows in these cars and not sure what model you have (except that it is a 2-door of some type), but I found instructions in the Body section of the 51-54 shop manual.

Side window glass removal is covered pp. 5-8, though written more for sedans. However, you'll need to remove the hydraulic regulator before removing the glass.

Hydraulic regulator removal is covered pp. 33-34.

Window adjustment is covered pp. 35-36. Though written specifically for convertibles, the text should apply to hardtop models, as well.

Posted on: 2012/2/12 9:18
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Thanks for the suggestions, and the 48-50 Manual Section.
Door windows were fairly easy. Quarter windows required
a lot of 'filling in the missing information'. If the system was operable it would probably be easier.

Posted on: 2012/3/5 9:16
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