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Old 08-23-2016, 03:27 PM   #1
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Confirmed fix for cracking windows

There was a thread a while back about the noisy, crackling windows. I have found the simple and easy fix.
The noise come fron the plastic walls flexing under the stress of driving and the windows being so tight against them. I lossened all the screws about 1/8 turn. This relieves the pressure between them and the quieted down 99%.
Fyi, i plan to check the screws every so often making sure they don't loosen up fro. vibration, but it is a fix
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There was a thread a while back about the noisy, crackling windows. I have found the simple and easy fix.
The noise come fron the plastic walls flexing under the stress of driving and the windows being so tight against them. I lossened all the screws about 1/8 turn. This relieves the pressure between them and the quieted down 99%.
Fyi, i plan to check the screws every so often making sure they don't loosen up fro. vibration, but it is a fix
thanks that noise is making me crazy.
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