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Hi gang....using my passenger side window recently, it decided to fall off its runner and I managed to physically guide it back shut.

On investigation it seems the plastic runner holder things that are attached to the glass bottom are broken hence falling off the runners!

Anyone know what these plastic bits are called so I can go order some ?

Thanks lads

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They're called lugs, and the are attached to the bottom of the glass, and not available separately. Are the ones on yours broken, or just separated from the glass? If they are intact, they can be bonded back to the glass, provided the old adhesive is cleaned off fully and new adhesive is applied. Either windscreen glue, or something like tigerseal will do it. Do not use silicone.

Alternatively, and probably easier, just get a new door glass and fit that.

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That's a's got original windows but on inspection the lugs are broken and have been repaired before!

Will just have to leave it disconnected then and fixed shut for now !! Can't believe you can't buy the lugs seperately!!

Thanks for you help lads ;-)

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It's because they aren't a user replaceable part. They aren't even a replaceable part in the trade; they are fitted to the glass at manufacture. I *have* glued lugs back onto glass before, but generally (as in 9999 out of 10000) the glass is simply replaced

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