Published on 2013-12-13
Don't let Rotten Quarter Window Disease ruin the look of your Mustang's exterior! Thanks to the help of 5.0Resto and LatemodelRestoration.com you can replace your whole 1/4 window and give your Stang a refreshed and updated appearance! These replacement quarter windows are a direct replacement and DO NOT have the "MUSTANG" text on the glass like the Ford Original versions.
In this video Jmac will show you how to remove and replace your 1987-93 Hatchback 1/4 windows. You can save yourself plenty of money by completing this installation in your own driveway!! Don't forget to pick up a Fox Body Quarter Window Installation Kit (HDW-29710B) in the link above to finish off your window install.
1987-93 FORD MUSTANG QUARTER WINDOWS HATCHBACK - FOX BODY
Part # LRS-29710A-K
Fits: Ford Mustang LX, GT & Cobra
Years: 1987 (87) - 1988 (88) - 1989 (89) - 1990 (90) - 1991 (91) - 1992 (92) - 1993 (93)
If you've got an '87 to '93 Fox Mustang hatchback with the rotten quarter window disease, and you've decided that a set of covers just isn't for you, then you're faced with completely replacing those old quarter windows. Follow along, and I'll show you the steps required to get the job done. Carefully remove the side headliner trim pieces from above the door opening.
Remove the seat belt shoulder strap anchor bolt. Remove all of the trim panel retaining screws. You'll have three at the front, one at the top, one through the coat hook, one midway down. Remove the four screws and the rear headliner trim piece. Then remove the four screws going down the back of the panel. Finally, you can remove the two screws retaining the hatch cover mount.
Gently pull the panel inward. Repeat for the other side. Remove the nine quarter window retaining nuts. From the outside, pull the window away from the body and remove it from the car. Clean away all the remaining butyl sealer and thoroughly clean the area behind the window. Take your new quarter window in your 50Resto install kit, and place new butyl sealer on the window.
Carefully position the new window in place and loosely install the nine new retaining nuts. Starting in the middle, slowly start snugging down the retaining nuts, working your way around the window several times until the window is fully seated. Do not over tighten. Be very careful throughout this process. While you've got your interior panels taken loose, it's a great opportunity to go ahead, clean them up, maybe even do a little paining if you need to.
You can pick up your new quarter windows at latemodelrestoration.com, and don't forget to pick up a new quarter window installation hardware kit. Be sure to leave us a comment below, let us know what other videos you'd like to see. Like and share this video with your friends if you found it to be helpful.
Are the hatchback quarter windows on your Fox Body Mustang looking worn and nasty? You can now replace them thanks to 5.0Resto and LatemodelRestoration.com! All you have to do is pick up a set of replacement 5.0Resto quarter windows and follow along in this installation video to see just how easy it is to transform the exterior of your Foxbody Mustang!
These are not simple Fox Body Mustang quarter window covers, they are complete assemblies with new glass and rubber moldings. Since these are reproduction glass, they do not include the “MUSTANG” text on the windows; however, they are a direct replacement that fits just like the factory glass.
They are sold as a pair and include new studs for simple installation. To install your new Mustang quarter windows you will have to remove some of the interior paneling around the quarter window glass. Follow along in the video as we walk you through this simple process. While this installation is not overly complicated, it will take you a few hours from start to finish.
In the end this will greatly transform the exterior of your Mustang by getting rid of that ugly worn out rubber molding! Click the link below to buy a set today for your Fox Body Mustang and don’t forget to leave us a comment below on what the next step is in your Fox Body Mustang restoration project!