65-66 Side Window Removal I finally found the picture that accompanied a step-by-step side window removal. It is a little bit tricky to do the first couple times, especially if you don’t know why the window won’t come out. 1) Remove all window stops, bumpers, guides, and weatherstripping. 2) I decided to take out the quarter windows first so that I can have room to shift the side window loose. So roll down the side window entirely. 3) Make sure you unbolt all the bolts… 4) Once all the retaining hardware is removed, carefully lift and wiggle the quarter window out of the door shell. 5) I then removed the felt strips to allot for more wiggle room for the side window. Make sure you remove the Phillips head screw near the outer edge of the door. 6) Using a thin, but strong bladed screwdriver or the correct trim removal tool, carefully pry between the felt strip and doorframe. It’s best to work from the outside in, but in some cases the central attachment points are looser than the ends. Be very careful not to pry too hard or you could dimple the door shell or ruin the felt strip. It is best to pry right near the felt attachment point seen in the following picture.