My 89 240sx driver side window always whistle when i exceed 60mph. What can i do to solve that???


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Hey dude. I just had the same problem. I had my window busted out in Lexington, KY, and had a new one put in. After it was installed, I noticed some major whistling after 50-60 mph, so I called the window guys back, and they came and readjusted the glass. It fixed it deader than a doornail. Turns out, there are several adjustments that can be made inside the door, that allow you to move it side-to-side and back-to-back. You probably just need to get a professional glass installer to come look at it and readjust it.

Brent Lykins
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The adjustments are as follows-
Take the door panel off. At the top of the door there are two stoppers that can be adjusted by turning a nut loose and sliding the stoppers up and down. Loosen the nuts and the put the window up all the way. Then move it down so that there is about 2mm of clearance between the hard plastic molding when the door is closed on the outside of the car. When you have achived this then tighten the bolts back up while resting on the window stoppers. This should solve the problem. Another thing to look for is if the stricker plate on the door itself is aligned correctly. You can tell this by looking at the door when it is fully closed. If the door edge does not sit flush with the body then adjust the striker plate by turning the two large phillips head screws. Once they are loose oyu can slide it around. Put it in twards the car some, tighten the screws and close the door. Hope this helps. --

Matt Waldin
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