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      08-16-2010, 07:53 PM   #1
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Passenger Side Window Problem

This is my first post here as I just got my '07 328i Coupe last week and am absolutely in love with it. I do have a slight problem I'd like to fix without having to go to the dealer here as planned next monday and I'd like some input from others if they've had a similar issue or what could possibly have caused this.

My passengers side window on my coupe doesnt seem to be closing fully. It will close and seal fine but its not fully closed. It is literally like an inch from being all the way up. It doesn't leak when it rains, yet. But it did leak when I washed it the other day with a steady stream of water basically pouring dow on the top rear corner where it isnt sealed perfect, and it gets stuck on that black plastic B-Pillar trim piece and makes the door get stuck when opening sometimes when the window is up. Is there a way to fix this without having to bring it to the dealer?
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sorry the pictures are so big btw. and the first picture is of the drivers side which is normal. the second is thepassengers side which is not. the other 2 are just to show it off lol
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i mean is it possible that it could have like slipped of the track or something like that? I'd love to fix this without having to go through the hassle of going to the dealer next week.
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I'm having the same problem on the drivers side of my car, anyone have a DIY how to adjust the windows, I remember it being just a few screws on the older BMW's but I can't seem to find any on the e92, unless I need to remove the door skin to get at them?
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special tools are needed to adjust the window on e92/e93...when your window is like that if you hit the window up button does it go up any more? ive seen some coupes and verts where the windows will drop down to open the door but then not pop back up when closing...
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Mine drops down when I open the door but it's still too high up on the molding strip. Guess I'll call BMW tmrw morning.
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ended up taking it to the dealer today and they fixed it in about 30 minutes. It just had to be readjusted and its all good now.
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Mine's at the dealer right now, they ended up having to replace the window regulator too. Oh well, at least it will be fixed
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yeah exactly. I am so glad it is finally fixed. Now I'm trying to look at different options as far as exhaust lol. I've been looking at the BMW Performance Exhaust, but idk. I looked at doing a muffler delete for the time being but I hear mixed reviews on whether it sounds good or not. The videos I've seen of it, they sound pretty good to me, but unless you hear it in person you never know. I like my cars to sound aggressive so idk.
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