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Old 06-26-2011, 12:37 PM   #1
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front door run channel

So my car door's run channel is cracked and now the window doesnt roll up properly.
How would I go and fix this? Any suggestions?
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is it the weather seal youre talking about? where as the glass goes between? do you have any pics of the crack?
usually when the glass moves slow or doesnt at all its because the weather seal was not put on correctly
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Yes, is it possible to take it out and put another one in yourself?
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yes just pulled it out of the channel and put it back in correctly wd40 helps
i work in the bodyshop and at times i put them incorrectly so theyre not sitting properly in place causing the glass to goiing up too slowly or even unable to move
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Yes! That's exactly what's happening to mine, it doesn't roll up smooth + water leaks. How much for one? Honda ek
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