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This is the place to show off your BMW to other members of the community. Post pictures and videos of your car and the modifications you have done to it. If you need a picture of something on a coupe, sedan, convertible or touring you will probably find it here!

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Old 10-22-2013, 06:07 PM   #1
golfhomie65
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Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: minot, ND
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My Ride: 02' M3
02' M3 Window Trouble

whats up guys this is my first post and hopefully i can get some answers from the experts themselves on this problem im having. So as i drive down the highway at speeds more than 80mph the top of my window slightly moves out of the moulding of the car and starts making this annoying whistling sound. it would all be good if i just roll it down and back up again but it doesn't go back inside the moulding and keeps making that annoying sound!!. the only way to correct the problem while driving is to slow down to at least 50 and roll them down and back up again. so my question is how do i fix this? is there something i need to tighten up inside the door panel to make this go away? anything will help.

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