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Old 01 Jun 2011, 03:13 pm
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Default Windows Shake/Rattle

And roll. Well, only when I press the button.

Anyways...

My windows are pretty loose in the doors. A lot of noise and motion back and forth, especially on rough pavement. I figure it's from them having to go up and down up and down so much b/c of the top.

Can anything be done to tighten these things up? Some days I feel as if they are going to fall right out.
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Old 02 Jun 2011, 07:07 pm
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Default Re: Windows Shake/Rattle

Are you sure your inner door panels are on all the way? You have an inner and an outer seal up against the window, this is supposed to apply pressure against the glass to help hold it in alignment. The track lines the window up, but this keeps it from shaking. That or you have loose parts inside the doors themselves.
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