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Have a 2013 Range Rover Sport with broken R front door window. Can find replacement glass but cannot find new attachment clips (current ones are epoxied on). Any advice at reusing current clips. Thanks
 

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Have a 2013 Range Rover Sport with broken R front door window. Can find replacement glass but cannot find new attachment clips (current ones are epoxied on). Any advice at reusing current clips. Thanks
Not familiar with the part you're describing. Can you post a pic of it?
 

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I tried to find a good picture online without success. They are the two white plastic clips which are epoxied to the bottom edge of the door window glass pieces. In other words the two plastic pieces which clip in and secure the window to the regulator mechanism. Replacement glass from Land Rover comes with them already epoxied in place; however, for about $200 more than a replacement window glass without the clips. In addition, I have been unable to locate the clips separately. I have read where some people will use a heat gun and wedge to remove the clips, but I wanted additional info. Thanks
 

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I tried to find a good picture online without success. They are the two white plastic clips which are epoxied to the bottom edge of the door window glass pieces. In other words the two plastic pieces which clip in and secure the window to the regulator mechanism. Replacement glass from Land Rover comes with them already epoxied in place; however, for about $200 more than a replacement window glass without the clips. In addition, I have been unable to locate the clips separately. I have read where some people will use a heat gun and wedge to remove the clips, but I wanted additional info. Thanks
That's why I wanted a pic: I wanted to be able to provide a judgement whether that exact approach could work.

If the material allows it, I would use a razor blade to separate as much of it as possible from the glass, and then I'd first try a hair dryer.
 
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