I think theres a button on near the gear selector that lets you change gears while the battery is disconnected. Key in the ignition for that I think.
I'm trying to imagine what else could be the issue.
Looking to pick it up in about two weeks. I guess I should have specified front range are of Colorado. I'll be travelling to co springs from houston to paint the truck in about two weeks and Durango is a little out of the way.
I initially thought the flaps also served little purpose. However if too much water travels through the holes on the bottom of the frame it was filling up the channel between the window and the body and overflowing into the cargo area and rusting my jack and soaking the carpet. Those little...
That's oxidized aluminum. If the water cant drain out through those plastic flaps on the bottom then water sits in the frame and dissolves it away slowly. You'll need to pull it to check the condition, clean and probably repair the flaps.
Rust on the body or the aluminum frame that the window sits in?
On the body: uninstall window sand down and repaint.
On aluminum frame: uninstall window. Remove outer rubber seal that houses the aluminum frame. Remove screws on top and bottom. Remove windows, beam that separates windows...
My spill free funnel overflowed on my Corvette after getting the coolant too hot while filling it up the other day. It doesnt take long to fill the system and rid it of air bubbles. Put the car on ramps, turn on heat, squeeze the upper radiator hose with your hand until the engine gets warm...
It's actually leaking from where my finger is. See video. It leaked like this with the old window seal and replacing all the rubber and the aluminum frame didnt fix it. The quarterbelt is brand new and leak free.