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Old 07-26-2014, 08:06 AM   #1
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Loose door window

I've searched here and on Renntech and cannot find an answer.

Last year I installed an 04 top and frame on my 00 Boxster. My drive to work includes a portion of heavily patched highway and when I go over a bump the passenger side window rattles loudly.

I've run my finger between the top seal and the window, and the passenger side is definitely not as tight as the driver's side. I think the window rattles because the weather strip or weather seal is not tight enough against the window.

Does anyone have a suggestion for tightening the fit? Is it possible that I didn't align the top correctly when I installed it?


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Old 07-26-2014, 02:36 PM   #2
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Have you had the door panel off to look at the mounts? With the window halfway down, can it be moved up or down by hand at all? Can it be moved by hand forward or backward at all?

I'm no window expert, but my pass window was the same way until I tightened the mounts.

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