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Audi Q5



Audi Q5.



Windshield, door glass, quarter glass and back glass removal and replacement instructions
  

 

Vehicle type: Four-door utility vehicle

NAGS numbers*: Windshield part numbers FW3097 bonded, solar; FW3098 bonded, solar, rain sensor; and FW3099 bonded, solar, rain sensor, lane departure warning system; front door glass FD24284-85 R-L solar; rear door glass FD24286-87 R-L solar; quarter glass FQ24288-89 R-L solar, and FQ24320 quarter left, solar, antenna; back glass FB24290 heated, solar, antenna, I-hole for wiper

Helpful tools or supplies: cutout wire for windshield removal; a new adhesive pad or liquid rain sensor gel to replace the rain sensor; a special retainer for the front and back door glasses; replacement clips for the quarter glass top trim

Watch for: To remove and install the quarter glass, you must first remove the two-piece chrome trim. The top trim extends the entire length of the vehicle and is susceptible to damage upon removal. It is held in place with two different types of clips that can also break easily, so have replacement clips on hand. Try to remove the trim by pulling it to one side and lifting it upwards to release. This might help you salvage the clips. Also note, the top edge of the windshield is extremely close to the pinchweld wall. Before cutting the glass out, you will need to tape the entire top edge of the vehicle pinchweld. Cut the sides and bottom first so you can stretch the urethane downward while cutting the top bead. This will require a second technician. Your other option is to use a length of wire to cut the top bead. Do not use an inside cutting tool as it might score the wall of the pinchweld. 

*With permission from National Auto Glass Specifications. Call NAGS at 800/551-4012 or visit http://glass.mitchell.com/.

A. Windshield
Preparation

1. Cover the front seats, floorboards, dash and steering wheel with a clean drop cloth or disposable plastic covers. Note: Always wear eye and hand protection when working with glass. Make sure you have the right glass and moldings and that the urethane systems you are about to use are current. Windshield part numbers are FW3097, FW3098 and FW3099.

2. Drape the fender with a fender cover and tape up any vulnerable areas on the vehicle to protect against possible damage. Tape up the defroster vents to prevent debris from falling into the openings.

3. To remove the rearview mirror, remove the decorative covers at the base, as well as the wire cover. Grasp the mirror and base, and slightly twist counterclockwise.

4. Before removing the rain sensor, double check operation by placing the wiper control on "intermittent" and sprinkling the exterior rain sensor area with water. It might be necessary to have the doors shut and the windows closed for the sensor to operate properly. It should wipe the glass dry and then stop.

5. To remove the rain sensor, peel it off the glass surface. It is held in place with an optically clear adhesive pad. Carefully remove the adhesive pad, starting in an area away from the lens surface. Do not touch the lens with your hands. Do not clean the lens unless you have to, and in that case, use a soft lint-free towel, spraying cleaner on the towel and not on the lens. Once you have peeled the sensor from the glass, do not disconnect it from the wiring harness or start the vehicle while the sensor is separated from the glass surface.

6. Remove the windshield-wiper nut covers. The wipers are unique to each side: the curved one is on the passenger side and the straight one is on the driver side.

7. Remove the windshield-wiper nuts using a 13-millimeter wrench or socket. Move the wiper arm in an up-and-down motion to break it loose from the post, or use a wiper-puller. Caution: Wipers can sometimes be hard to remove. To avoid stressing the post, use a wiper-puller.

8. Pry off the side moldings using gloved fingers or a door-pad tool. The retainer runs the full length of the A pillar and is riveted in place, similar to prior models.

9. The cowl panel is attached to a retainer attached to the bottom of the glass, similar to the Volkswagen Beetle. To remove, start in the bottom corner, using a plastic stick to pry up the corner of the cowl. There is a 10-millimeter nut in each of the two corners; these do not need to be removed. There are four clips built into the front leading edge of the cowl panel that snaps into four receptacles on the firewall. Release the clips by pushing them in and up. Remove the panel, sliding it upwards toward the roof. Set the panel in a safe place.


10. The top edge of the windshield is extremely close to the pinchweld wall. Care must be taken when removing the glass. Note: Before beginning windshield removal, verify the new windshield is the correct one and the urethanes and primers are current. Never use outdated products as this could jeopardize the structural integrity of the vehicle and the safety of its passengers.

Removal
11. Make sure cutting blades are sufficiently sharp.

12. Before cutting out the windshield, remove contaminants from the glass and pinchweld to prevent contact with the urethane.

13. The top edge of the windshield is extremely close to the pinchweld wall. Before cutting the glass out, tape the entire top edge of the vehicle pinchweld. Use the cutting tool of your choice to cut the sides and bottom first so you can stretch the urethane downward while cutting the top bead. This will require a second technician. Your other option is to use a length of wire to cut the top bead. Do not use an inside cutting tool as it might score the wall of the pinchweld. Note, there are no gravity stops on this windshield; set the glass with temporary stops or apply tape along the top to hold it in place.

14. Take the windshield out of the opening using a set of vacuum cups. Make sure the vacuum cups do not overlap a crack in the glass. Lift the glass and place it on a windshield stand or suitable workstation.

Installation
15. After cutting the windshield out, remove contaminants such as dirt, moisture and debris from the pinchweld. Clean the dashboard.

16. Dry fit the new glass to the opening. Mark your glass using a grease pencil or retention molding tape.

17. Place your vacuum cups on the new windshield in the appropriate location.

18. Set the windshield onto the old urethane.

19. With the windshield resting in the opening, make sure it is in the right spot.

20. Adjust both sides to the correct setting, marking the passenger side, then the driver side. Lift the glass and place it on a windshield stand or suitable workstation.

21. Follow the urethane manufacturer's recommendations for installation.

22. Clean the inside of the windshield using a urethane manufacturer-recommended product. Do not touch the bonding area of the windshield after cleaning, prepping or priming it.

23. Wear powder-free Nitrile gloves to protect against harsh chemicals.

24. Apply the glass prep and primer following the urethane manufacturer's recommendations.

25. Using the tool of your choice, remove the original urethane bead, leaving 1 mm-2 mm of existing urethane on the pinchweld. Make sure there are no contaminants and do not touch the pinchweld after you have prepped the area.

26. Apply the pinchweld primer only to the areas where needed, and follow the urethane manufacturer's recommendations. Allow preps and primers to dry as recommended by the urethane manufacturer.

27. Apply a triangular bead of urethane to the same path as the freshly cut urethane on the pinchweld. Before cutting your V-notch, cut the tip off of your nozzle with a nozzle-cutter. With the cut nozzle, measure to the top of the roofline, and at 1/16-inch higher than the roofline, make a mark on the nozzle with a pen or marker. Notch the nozzle up to the marked line; this will give you the appropriate triangular bead.

28. Lift the windshield from the windshield stand or workstation using vacuum cups. Set the windshield on the urethane at the mark you made during your dry fit. Lower the driver's side of the windshield onto the urethane and line it up with the dry-fit mark; it is now in place.

29. The windshield is now ready to be decked. Press firmly to ensure a good seal.

30. Before re-installing the parts, check for leaks. Use a leak detector to go over the perimeter of the windshield. If you find a leak, apply more pressure or add more urethane to the spot and ensure that the glass makes contact with the wet urethane.

31. There are two acceptable ways to reattach the rain sensor. The first option is to use a new adhesive pad. To do so, you must apply the pad when the pad and glass are warm (70 degrees Fahrenheit or warmer). Take care to eliminate all possible bubbles during the application. The second option is to use a liquid rain sensor gel. This product must also be applied in controlled temperatures. It might be easier to use due to its liquid state, reducing the chance of bubbles in the seal. Either way, you must check the attachment and operation of the rain sensor before releasing the vehicle to the customer.

32. Re-install the removed parts in reverse order.

33. Allow the urethane to cure according to the urethane manufacturer's recommended cure time before returning the vehicle to the customer. Warning: Disregarding the safe drive-away time that your urethane manufacturer recommends could jeopardize the structural integrity of the vehicle and the safety of its passengers.

34. You have completed the removal and replacement of the windshield.

B. Front door glass
Removal

1. Make sure you have the right glass. Front door glass part numbers are FD24284-85 R-L.

2. Using a plastic pry tool, gently pry out the woodgrain decorative trim panel on the upper portion of the door panel. Three clips hold the panel in place. Start at the pointed end and work forward.

3. Remove the two T30 Torx screws underneath the decorative panel.

4. Remove the two additional T30 Torx screws from the bottom of the door panel, under the door pull.

5. There are eight door-panel retainers around the perimeter of the panel: four on the rear side and four on the front side. Release the retainers and lift the panel off the doorframe.

6. The door glass is attached by means of a hollow plastic expansion fastener that is inserted into the holes in the glass and snapped into receptacles on the riser mechanism of the regulator.

7. Align the receptacles with the access holes in the door.

8. To release the door glass, push out the center of the fastener. This will allow you to remove the remaining portion of the fastener. Keep track of the center piece of the fastener; you might need to reuse it. Removing the fastener will loosen the door glass from the regulator, allowing you to lift the glass out easily. Note, if the glass is broken, you will be able to release the fastener without removing its center piece. It might be able to be reused if disassembled carefully.

9. Set the door panel in a safe place.

Installation
10. Clean any debris out of the door that could cause rattles or injury.

11. Lower the regulator to the full down position.

12. Insert the new or salvaged fasteners into the holes in the glass.

13. Insert the door glass into the frame nose-first. Make sure the two sides are firmly inserted into the vertical run guides, front and back. Run the glass up and down with your hands to ensure proper installation, and check for any other hidden broken glass in the weatherstrip.

14. Bring the regulator up to the midway position and align with the access holes. Snap the door glass into the receptacles and check that it is firmly attached.

15. If the glass regulator went beyond its normal path of travel while the window was broken, re-initialization might be required to reset the door glass anti-pinch feature.

16. If the door glass does not fully close, or if it reaches the top of the doorframe and reverses, then you must complete the re-initialization procedure. To do so:

  • After the glass has been installed and the wires connected, turn the ignition on and off again.
  • Turn the ignition back on and close the window completely while holding the window switch. Keep holding the switch up for approximately two seconds after the window is fully closed.
  • Check the "Auto Down" and the "Auto Up" features. Make sure the window closes completely with the "Auto Up" feature.
  • Check the anti-pinch feature. Take a rubber mallet and place it between the top glass edge and the top of the doorframe on the interior. Push the "Auto Up" switch. The glass should make contact with the rubber mallet head and reverse. If it does not, push the "Auto Down" to release the mallet and repeat the procedure above.

17. Reinstall the remaining parts in reverse order of removal.

18. You have completed the removal and replacement of the front door glass.

C. Rear door glass
Removal

1. Make sure you have the right glass. Rear door glass part numbers are FD24286-87 R-L.

2. Using a plastic pry tool, gently pry out the woodgrain decorative trim panel on the upper portion of the door panel. Three clips hold the panel in place. Start at the pointed end and work forward.

3. Remove the two T30 Torx screws underneath the decorative panel.

4. Remove the two additional T30 Torx screws from the bottom of the door panel, under the door pull.

5. There are seven door-panel retainers around the perimeter of the panel: four on the rear, angled side and three on the front, straight side. Release the retainers and lift the panel off the doorframe.

6. The door glass is attached by means of two hollow plastic expansion fasteners that are inserted into the holes in the glass and snapped into receptacles on the riser mechanism of the regulator.

7. To release the door glass, align the fasteners to the access holes. Push out the center of the fastener. This will allow you to remove the remaining portion of the fastener. Keep track of the center piece of the fastener; you might need to reuse it. Removing the fastener will loosen the door glass from the regulator, allowing you to lift the glass out easily. Note, if the glass is broken, you will be able to release the fastener without removing its center piece. It might be able to be reused if disassembled carefully.

8. Set the door panel in a safe place.

Installation
9. Clean any debris out of the door that could cause rattles or injury.

10. Lower the regulator to the full down position.

11. Insert the new or salvaged fasteners into the holes in the glass.

12. Insert the door glass into the frame nose-first. It might be necessary to remove the weatherstripping from the vertical run guides to facilitate insertion of the glass into the doorframe. Make sure the two sides are firmly inserted into the vertical run guides, front and back. Run the glass up and down with your hands to ensure proper installation, and check for any other hidden broken glass in the weatherstrip.

13. Bring the regulator up to the midway position. Snap the door glass into the receptacles and check that it is firmly attached.

14. If the glass regulator went beyond its normal path of travel while the window was broken, re-initialization might be required to reset the door glass anti-pinch feature.

15. If the door glass does not fully close, or if it reaches the top of the doorframe and reverses, then you must complete the re-initialization procedure. To do so:

  • After the glass has been installed and the wires connected, turn the ignition on and off again.
  • Turn the ignition back on and close the window completely while holding the window switch. Keep holding the switch up for approximately two seconds after the window is fully closed.
  • Check the "Auto Down" and the "Auto Up" features. Make sure the window closes completely with the "Auto Up" feature.
  • Check the anti-pinch feature. Take a rubber mallet and place it between the top glass edge and the top of the doorframe on the interior. Push the "Auto Up" switch. The glass should make contact with the rubber mallet head and reverse. If it does not, push the "Auto Down" to release the mallet and repeat the procedure above.

16. Reinstall the remaining parts in reverse order of removal.

17. You have completed the removal and replacement of the rear door glass.

D. Quarter glass
Removal

1. Make sure you have the right glass. Quarter glass part numbers are FQ24288-89 and FQ24320.

2. The glass is encapsulated and the left side has an antenna option. If the vehicle is equipped with this option, then you will need to remove the interior garnish molding to facilitate disconnection of the wiring harness.

3. Remove the seatbelt bolt cover, seatbelt anchor and rear door weatherstrip. Grasp and pull the garnish moldings from the interior quarter panel to expose the antenna wiring.

4. Disconnect the harness and proceed with exterior trim removal.

5. The quarter glass is surrounded on three sides by a two-piece chrome trim. The bottom piece is held in place with three sandwich- type clamping clips that will allow you to pry the trim off using a plastic pry tool. The top trim extends the entire length of the vehicle and ends at the top of the front fender. It is held in place with two different types of clips: four sandwich-type clamping clips retain the rear-most portion of the trim, and the rest is held in place with plastic belt-molding-type clips that have an aggressive hold on the four corners. These clips are easily broken upon removal of the trim, so have replacements on hand. Try to remove the trim by pulling it to one side and lifting it upwards to release. This might help you salvage the clips.

6. Once you have removed the trim, cut out the glass using the tool of your choice. When using any power tool, lubricate the cutting area with water. The urethane bead is relatively thin and positioned at the edges of the part, so cutout will be smooth and easy. If the part is broken, simply strip out the encapsulation and continue with the installation.

Installation
7. After cutting the quarter glass out, remove contaminants such as dirt, moisture and other debris from the pinchweld.

8. Dry fit the new quarter glass to the opening.

9. Place your vacuum cups on the glass in the appropriate location.

10. Set the glass onto the old urethane.

11. With the glass resting in the opening, make sure it is in the right spot.

12. Adjust to the correct setting. Lift the glass and place it on a windshield stand or suitable workstation.

13. Follow the urethane manufacturer's recommendations for installation.

14. Clean the inside of the quarter glass, using a urethane manufacturer-recommend product. Do not touch the bonding area of the quarter glass after cleaning, prepping or priming it.

15. Wear powder-free Nitrile gloves to keep off chemicals.

16. Apply the glass prep and primer following the urethane manufacturer's recommendations.

17. Using a pinchweld scraper, remove as much of the original urethane as the urethane manufacturer recommends. Before removing the old urethane, make sure there are no contaminants and do not touch the pinchweld after you have prepped the area.

18. Apply the pinchweld primer only to the areas where it is needed and follow the urethane manufacturer's recommendations. Allow preps and primers to dry as recommended by the urethane manufacturer.

19. Apply a triangular bead of urethane to the same path as the freshly cut urethane on the pinchweld. Before cutting your V-notch, cut the tip off of your nozzle with a nozzle-cutter. With the cut nozzle, measure to the top of the roofline, and at 1/16-inch higher than the roofline and bodyline, make a mark on the nozzle with a pen or marker. Notch the nozzle up to the marked line; this will give you the appropriate triangular bead.

20. Place your vacuum cups on the quarter glass in the appropriate location.

21. Lift the quarter glass from the windshield stand or workstation using your vacuum cups.

22. Set the quarter glass in the opening.

23. The quarter glass is now ready to be decked. Press firmly to ensure a good seal.

24. Before reinstalling the parts, check for leaks. Use a leak detector to go over the perimeter of the quarter glass. If you find a leak, apply more pressure or add more urethane to the spot and ensure that the glass makes contact with the wet urethane.

25. Reinstall the removed parts in reverse manner.

26. Allow the urethane to cure according to the urethane manufacturer's recommended cure time before returning the vehicle to the customer.

27. You have completed the removal and replacement of the quarter glass.

E. Back glass
Removal

1. Make sure you have the right glass. Back glass part number is FB24290. The glass has exposed edges on the sides and bottom.

2. To remove the spoiler, release and remove the top interior garnish molding using a door-pad tool or your fingers. Remove the four 30T Torx screws: two underneath the garnish molding and two on the corners. There is double-faced tape on the underside of the spoiler that comes in contact with the glass. This might have to be replaced upon removal.

3. Remove the interior garnish molding from the two sides to access the defroster and antenna connectors.

4. Remove the rear wiper by removing the cap carefully. Under the cap is a two-nozzle washer diverter. The diverter sits on a hollowed-out bolt that dispenses the washer fluid. The 13-millimeter wiper nut threads onto this hollowed bolt. If you lose or damage the diverter, the washer will not work properly.

5. Disconnect all electrical connectors and cut out the glass using the tool of your choice. Tape up the exterior paint prior to cutout. When using any power tool, lubricate the cutting area with water. Spray the top and sides; then make your cuts.

Installation
6. After cutting the back glass out, remove contaminants such as dirt, moisture and other debris from the pinchweld.

7. Dry fit the new glass to the opening. Mark your glass using a grease pencil or retention molding tape.

8. Place your vacuum cups on the new back glass in the appropriate location.

9. Set the glass onto the old urethane.

10. With the back glass resting in the opening, make sure it is in the right spot.

11. Adjust both sides to the correct setting, marking the passenger side, then the driver side. Lift the glass and place it on a windshield stand or suitable workstation.

12. Follow the urethane manufacturer's recommendations for installation.

13. Clean the inside of the back glass using a urethane manufacturer-recommended product. Do not touch the bonding area of the back glass after cleaning, prepping or priming it.

14. Wear powder-free Nitrile gloves to keep off chemicals.

15. Apply the glass prep and primer following the urethane manufacturer's recommendations.

16. Using a pinchweld scraper, remove as much of the original urethane as the urethane manufacturer recommends. Be careful not to damage the floor or wall of the pinchweld. Before removing the old urethane, make sure there are no contaminants and do not touch the pinchweld after you have prepped the area.

17. Apply the pinchweld primer only to the areas where it is needed, taking care to avoid the visible areas on the vehicle body. Allow preps and primers to dry as recommended by the urethane manufacturer.

18. Apply a triangular bead of urethane to the same path as the freshly cut urethane on the pinchweld. Before cutting your V-notch, cut the tip off of your nozzle with a nozzle-cutter. With the cut nozzle, measure to the top of the roofline, and at 1/16-inch higher than the roofline and bodyline, make a mark on the nozzle with a pen or marker. Notch the nozzle up to the marked line; this will give you the appropriate triangular bead.

19. Place your vacuum cups on the back glass in the appropriate location.

20. Set the back glass in the opening.

21. The back glass is now ready to be decked. Press firmly to ensure a good seal.

22. Before re-nstalling the parts, check for leaks. Use a leak detector to go over the perimeter of the glass. If you find a leak, apply more pressure to the spot and ensure that the glass makes contact with the wet urethane.

23. The back deck is equipped with an automatic assist feature. Check the operation of the back deck by opening and closing several times. Check operation of the defroster and the antenna system.

24. Allow the urethane to cure according to the urethane manufacturer's recommended cure time before returning the vehicle to the customer.

25. You have completed the removal and replacement of the back glass.
 
By Bob Beranek

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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