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Old 12-29-2007, 09:59   #1 (permalink)
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1998 convert. window problem

Hello,

My 1998 conv. has a problem with the front right window.

It seems to be out of alignment. With the door open it makes clunking noises as it goes down and drags very hard going up when the window gets to the mirror with the speaker built in. When the door is closed and the top is up it won't even open the window but just a crack and drags to a stop.

Someone may have tried to break into the car threw the window and taken it out of aligment.

Is there a procedure available to remove the door panel and readjust the window.

Also the long part of the glass is about 1/2 inch higher on the right side window as the left window when the windows are up. Where it meets the rear window I'm trying to say.

Thanks in advace.

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