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This is a discussion on weatherstripping within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by JayTA98 you can also adjust your window angle or take it to a glass window shop for ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayTA98 View Post
    you can also adjust your window angle or take it to a glass window shop for it. I had a air leak between the weatherstripping and the window and it fix the water leak and air leak.
    i've never heard of adjusting the window angle before. how is it done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MileCrash View Post
    i've never heard of adjusting the window angle before. how is it done?
    http://www.shbox.com/1/adj_window.html

    This can be used with door windows from 1993 to 2002. It can be tricky but I got very good results.

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    kool. thanks. i'll take a look through it.

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    If you still have trouble i found that a little bit of vasoline or petroleum jelly along the seal in the a and b pillars worked well to keep rain from dripping in. it only worked for about 3 months though. Also, i have heard that oil products can deteriorate rubber, so i dont know if it is safe to do it a lot.

    Please let us know how that window angle thing goes, im very curious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1MileCrash View Post
    stopped by the dealership today and found out the info.

    here are the part numbers for the t-top cars...

    driver side door weatherstripping - 10336549
    passenger side door weatherstripping - 10336550

    driver side t-top weatherstripping - 10315545
    passenger side t-top weatherstripping - 10315544

    driver side window sealing trim (clips part of assembly) - 10284223
    passenger side window sealing trim (clips part of assembly) - 10284222

    and i was just doing a quick search by part number for the prices and gmpartsdirect.com has great prices as usual. didn't get a printout on the prices from the dealer.
    Most dealers, if you do business there often, will give a 15% discount. It never hurts to ask, especially after they spent time to help with part numbers.
    The discount works out to about what you would pay GMpartsdirect after their shipping charge. The deal breaker for me is the sales tax the local dealer has to collect, so large orders are more feasible to order online.

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    wth.....passenger side door weatherstripping - 10336550...is $175+....why so expensive? I really need one for my passanger door, it keeps coming up while i drive, thanks.

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    Try this sight:

    It is called "Classic Industries"

    http://www.classicindustries.com/


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    Last edited by SteveC; 09-13-2011 at 07:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayTA98 View Post
    Adjust Door Window

    This can be used with door windows from 1993 to 2002. It can be tricky but I got very good results.
    Thats a great write up. Thanks.
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