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gap between window and weather seal

This is a discussion on gap between window and weather seal within the Convertible forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; On my drivers side window, when the window is fully up, there is a gap between the window and the ...

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    gap between window and weather seal

    On my drivers side window, when the window is fully up, there is a gap between the window and the weather stripping. It's not the whole window, just the rear of the window, and the gap is anywhere from 1/16 to 1/8 of an inch. How can I fix this?

    It's a 01 z28 vert

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    Do you have pictures?

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    I can't post a pic till I have ten posts! Thats stupid! I'll just have to post 9 more useless threads.

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    inside looking out

    From outside the car

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    Can anybody help? Any suggestions?

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    Has the car been in an accident? If not than you will have to re-adjust the window.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS1Z28
    If not than you will have to re-adjust the window.
    No shit, sherlock! How?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblindy
    No shit, sherlock! How?

    You don't have to an ASS about it. If you don't know how get a service manual or pay some one to do it for you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblindy
    No shit, sherlock! How?
    That kind of talk might be common on a Honda board. But people won't want to help you when say shit like that here.

    Put a towel in the gap to cut down on the noise or pay a body shop to fix it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 of 122
    That kind of talk might be common on a Honda board. But people won't want to help you when say shit like that here.

    Put a towel in the gap to cut down on the noise or pay a body shop to fix it.

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