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Old 03-22-2005, 02:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 96' 328is and my weatherstrip keeps creeping up with the window little by little everytime it's raised. It pushes back down but it's annoying. Is it supposed to be held in place with clips that are just in need of tweaking back into shape or is the strip just slid onto a lip??????
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pictures maybe, i dont totally understand
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pictures maybe, i dont totally understand
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You have a rubber strip that runs along the top edge of the door, one on the inside and one on the outside, seals the window when it's all the way up. The one on the outside is loose, not securely anchored so it rides up a liitle with the glass....comprende??????? used
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comprendo...first of all i dont know how you would go after that, i thought u meant a different piece when you first explained it....sorry dude :/
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