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2000 Mustang GT Convertible power window question

Does the power windows on a 2000 Mustang GT roll down slightly
when the door is unlocked and opened and the rolls up after the door is closed?

I was told that they do this so the windows seal better on the gaskets

Are there any Convertible owners out there that can confirm this?

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I have a 2000 GT CV and it does not do that mate .

it would be cool if it would
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It is my understanding that 2005+ Mustangs do make the window go down about a inch when you open the door and go back up after you shut it.

I test drove a 2006-2007 that did it.

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2000 Mustang GT Convertible power window question

Thanks for the reply


I didn't think it did


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