DSorry, guys, I posted this in the wrong forum! So here it is where it belongs!!
I just took delivery of a "new" 2006 GT. Pretty nice car!!!! Of course, my 67 fastback was a great car; I'll have to drive the '06 for a while before I decide which I like better!
Anyway, I was impressed with the way the windows raise to a certain height then raise up higher when the door closes fully. A GREAT idea! Really looks like it stops any chance of leaks. The drivers side goes right under the weatherstripping, but the passenger widow stops, then raises when the door is closed fully only up to the bottom of the weatherstripping. There's room to close at least another "1/4 - 1/2", which would bring it up to the same level as the driver's side window. How do I adjust the window height?
Also, can I buy a shop manual ( as I did for my 67)?
Thanks in advance.
heres my reply to your question in the talk forum.
hey its cool to post that here. try holding the window switch down and holding it for a few seconds after it is down, then do the same going up, then repeat down and up a few times. it just might work.
on the manual, the chilton manual is worth every penny of the $25. but if you really want a great manual, you can get a barely used copy of the workshop manual for the mustang published by ford for around $140,(about 4" thick) and the complete wiring manual for around $40. (about as thick as the chiltons). good stuff for the diy guy
this was from my 05 but linked to he site then click on the auto repair manuals at the top left, select factory repair and scroll down to your year. the 06 is on sale right now for $125 wiring $40 2005 Ford Mustang Factory Workshop Manual __________________
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