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Sometimes an auto glass place will just give it you because it is too much trouble to write up a ticket for that plastic slider. This is a common problem on that vehicle and what you should do to prevent it from re-ocurring, is take off your door panel on the inside, grease up the slider mechanism and rollers, and with a Q-Tip, insert silicon or white grease on the track edges where the edge of the window contacts it. You'll need to take the glass out to do a good job. Work the window up and down after you snap it back in. You should never have a problem again.

If you just put the clip on now without lubricating anything, it will break again.
 

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Did they provide the rivet with the clip? If they did does it just look like a compression fastener?
 
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