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Now thats an adjustment problem! Personally, I bought a convt maintenance book from mustangs unlimited. It talks about all that good stuff on adjusting and the sort. Perhaps try an internet search on the subject if your not interested in buying anything.
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Is there a lot of play in your quarter windows? I had to rebuild the motor on my passenger side window a couple years back. The dealership had the two plastic bushings the metal rod the window rides up and down on. I replaced those and re-greased everything. I still have to do the drivers side quarter. LMR now sells a rebuild kit that includes the plastic bushings and the metal bases the rod goes in too. If you do go this route, rebuild the window motor gear. Any auto parts store should sell the 3 rubber bushings that fail in them over time. Along with the great info from M*******, you should be all set.