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Old 06-30-2005, 07:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I noticed today that the rubber trim around my driver's window sags a bit when open. When the door is open, the trim drops down about half an inch around the curve for the windshield, and it snugs up when the window closes. I have tried pushing it back in, but it only half=solves the problem.

Any ideas? Is there some trick to this, some tool or something?

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yea me too and when i close my window it goes up about half an inch
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just apply rubber cement or car glue on it...I did...no more rubber sag anymore....

hey, it happens...
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