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Old 09-07-2009, 02:22 AM   #2
AfghanScarface
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The switch that lets the car know your door is closed is beginning to wear out. If you (with the door open) look inside the door jamb where the door clicks into the latch on the inside of it there is a tiny square button. When you push it and hold it down you will notice your window will go all the way up. This is the way BMW coupes seal their "disappearing windows".

The problem your car has is that this little square button isn't making proper contact when the door is closed, thus making the car think that the door is open when it is really closed. Thats also why your interior lights come on. You will also get a lot of wind whistle. I had to deal with it for a while, it was very annoying. The way I fixed it was to tape a small but thick enough piece of flexible plastic onto the button/switch. Hasn't bothered me since *(knock on wood).
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