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fixing/replacing drivers window glass


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#1 greenleg88

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Posted 19 March 2011 - 02:56 AM

Hi all
I have a 2000 impreza outback sport wagon

my window is getting loose... and the front and back drop and roll up at different speeds so its slanted. this causes a bad seal and at highway speeds is really noisy.

also as i am dropping the window, at about just over half way down, it drops a ot faster for a split second. it seems like a rotating bracket of some sort is loose or worn so it drops a lot quicker once it gets to a certain position.


i know how to take the door card off.. but after that, i dont really know how to fit my hand or anythign in there or see much. does anyone have any pointers as to how i shoudl go about tightening or adjusting the mechanical bits of the window opener.

i figured this would go under repair or repacing windows since its part of the same process..




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