The rear window glass on a Honda Civic is held in place by a silicone sealer. Remove the old glass be prying it away from the car. Clean off any residue of the sealant. Properly line up the window and use the silicone sealer to glue to window to the car.
A 1995 Honda Civic will have a trim on top of the window that can be removed. Once removed, the window will have a spot to slide out of the door. Slide the old window out of the door and replace with the new glass.
It's built into the rear window glass
You will have to remove the rear door panel to gain access to the inside of the door. In the door there is a brace directly under the molding that separates the Fixed glass from the window. If you undo that brace the old fixed part will come out and ou can slide the new window in. It took me less than an hour to replace mine.
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Raise the glass and prop it safely in the open position. This reveals the struts that operate the window. At this point it should be clear to you how to unbolt and replace them.
You can get glass at any junk yard or Honda dealership. At the dealership you will probably pay $200 or more, at a junkyard probably around $75 or less. To replace a window you would remove the door panel first (the plastic covering on the inside of the door). You remove about 5 screws from the door, then start at the bottom and pop the panel off by pulling out. On most cars you need to lower the window to a certain height to access the bolts that hold it in place. You then remove the bolts and tilt the window on its side to remove it. Install in the reverse order.
The cost to replace a double pane of window glass depends on many factors. The price will be relative to the size of the window that needs replacing, the quality of the glass and the company that one uses to replace it.
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Eventually, you have to replace the pane of glass. To do it yourself, you measure the window opening and go to a hardware or glass shop. They will cut the glass and you can replace the window, using caulk. Alternatively, your home insurance may cover broken glass and you can have it done for you.