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I had my passenger window become misaligned. anyone else had this problem, if did you align it yourself. I don't want to mess with it and then findout that it would have been less hassle, easier, cheaper, just to get somone to do it.
 

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I have a coupe and my passenger side window did the same...took it to the dealer to get it looked at. They said there was two set screws loose, door shuts fine now. But there is still a rattle noise in the door when it gets closed.
 

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LOL. Like a surgeon, he prolly left his screw driver in the door.

The door shouldn't rattle like that. Does the drivers door rattle? Ours don't....

Certainly, paying someone else to do it is less hassle, but that is the most expensive way to go. Have you ever torn your door apart? This would be a good place to start to learn how to work on the car. Simple, safe, and non threatening to safety items, or exterior cosmetics. Just be careful. Plastic cracks easily.
 

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my passenger window did the same, but it was still under warranty. they said it was a regulator. but when i bought it it had tinted windows and the dealership scratched the tint and payed to replace the whole window with new tint.
 

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if you have any mech skills this will be no problem to fix. if you dont take your time it simple to do adjustments once you see how it works atlest give it ashot it took me about 2 hours
 

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I think I will give it a shot. Can't hurt I suppose. I just fearing cracking the plastic when I remove the panel, and when I have taken panels off in the past it was always a pain in the arse to put them back on.


Thanks for the advice!
 
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