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Window Adjustment in 95 GT

The passenger side window is slightly too far towards the front of the car, leaving a small gap between the front and back windows. Any help in knowing how to adjust the window LATERALLY would be much appreciated.

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I doubt that it's the window. If it is I can't help you, but you might want to just try and replace the seal, a messed up seal could give it the look of the window have been shifted towards the front.

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