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Old 02-15-2017, 07:53 PM   #1
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My drivers side window rolls up smoothly and fits great!--As soon as I roll it down, it pops backwards at the top and leans slightly inwards. It will go back in line if it is put all the way down.

I have taken the door panel off and looked around--rollers seem fine, window channel felts are worn but look ok. Regulator seems to work.
The whole window seems to be loose and slide back and forth.

The bolts on the window mount at top of roller are tight!

Please help??

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how is the mount on the lower track that screws to the door
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how is the mount on the lower track that screws to the door
It is fine--all is tight
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It is fine--all is tight
Are you talking about the rear track in the door? If so, yes its tight
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yes on the back of the door. the lower track mounts tend to break out the fiberglass on the door
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yes on the back of the door. the lower track mounts tend to break out the fiberglass on the door
Thank--but it seems to be good--I was thinking of putting a washer or two between the track and door, to move it in towards the window to tighten it up
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My drivers side window rolls up smoothly and fits great!--As soon as I roll it down, it pops backwards at the top and leans slightly inwards. It will go back in line if it is put all the way down.

I have taken the door panel off and looked around--rollers seem fine, window channel felts are worn but look ok. Regulator seems to work.
The whole window seems to be loose and slide back and forth.

The bolts on the window mount at top of roller are tight!

Please help??

Thanks
CK. the bottom front where channel attaches,the nut can be only slightly loose and get A lot of movement on front channel. also there is in and out adjustment on that bolt. 66racer
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Before you go all medieval on things; check the felt in the rear window channel as it has a pernicious habit of balling up or folding over from the sides and making a nice one-way, speed bump that prevents smooth operation...
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Before you go all medieval on things; check the felt in the rear window channel as it has a pernicious habit of balling up or folding over from the sides and making a nice one-way, speed bump that prevents smooth operation...
sounds good--I will check these two out this weekend-
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sounds good--I will check these two out this weekend-
Problem solved!! Put new felt in rear window runner and all is good

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