Originally Posted by Yugo2slo
Thanks guys for all the help... I didn't see all of these responses... (I figured a lot out when I took out the grill... from another post.)
Went out and looked at the truck and figure it all out. Everything you said makes it way easy! Chris I totally get the whole half sit up deal... (I will for sure push the skirting aside.) Is that one screw that you are saying that you did not put back in?
Chris, I am originally from South Jersey (Vineland) hope youre not too snowed in.
Some of you are suggesting silcon... I am a little slow... where would you put the silicon?
We're slowly recovering from the snowfall. It was definitely a big storm. Much different than my last winter, which I spent out by you, in Phoenix. I think I should've spent this winter out there again, lol.
As for the one screw, yes, that is the one that I left out. The headlight is definitely secure and will not rattle/shake, even with it missing.
As for the silicon. I'm not sure its really necessary, but I did use some on about 1/3 of the seam that gets resealed for peace of mind. After you reseal the headlight housing and lense together w/ the window weld, you may find some areas where the window weld didnt squeeze out or fill entirely. Although I'm sure its sealed below eye level, I decided to use Permatex Flowable Silicone (window & glass sealer). It comes in a white squeeze tube. It'll drip down and fill in any areas that may have been missed by the window weld. I havent had any condensation or anything build up in mine, so I know they're sealed up real well.