Window adjustment help

Posted by rolltidero, Nov 27, 2015

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  1. rolltidero

    rolltidero Proven Member

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    ive been searching for hours and I can't find a clear answer. My passenger side window has a fairly large gap in between the Window and seal. How do I adjust this? I've been messing with the Allen wrench bolts for over an hour and I see no change. What do the Allen bolts change? How do I fix this? All the threads I've found are old with broken links and expired pictures or unanswered.
     

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    Last edited: Nov 27, 2015
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    1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GST

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  2. chiefvest

    chiefvest Proven Member

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    Is the gap by the back or top? Usually can shift it in the bracket
     
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    1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

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  3. dustyboner

    dustyboner Proven Member

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  4. ROGUE DSM

    ROGUE DSM Proven Member

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    I never even notice a gap on mine before i seen this post.
     
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    1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

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  5. LikeGirl

    LikeGirl Probationary Member

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    Hello guys,
    i know its a bit old thread but i dont want to create new one so im typing here
    i did remove the glass , both sides cuz of paint job, before everything was alright, now when i put it together , right side is ok, driver side is a litle bit messy, (i just removed glass nothing else, dont know if they did something to it in paint shop or not but i dont think so) , so i adjusted front glass guide bolts and made it much more better but still doesnt stick all the way to weatherstrip (maybe some adjusting door striker could help, did that but wasnt succesfull) , but actually what makes me sad is rear glass guide, left is ok but right bolt is stuck and damaged so i cant turn with it, and thats where the problem is cuz as you can see picture theres a problem between glass and mirror.
    so any ideas how to solve that?
    pictures https://imgur.com/a/9MKir
     
  6. dustyboner

    dustyboner Proven Member

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    is that with the door shut all the way? can you post a few more pics like with the window down all the way and one from a little further back

    can you just replace the stud or are the threads on the guide fuct?
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  7. LikeGirl

    LikeGirl Probationary Member

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    so heres the video
    head of that right stud (if thats the correct word) is broken and i cant unloose it
    but i actualy cant understand to this , i only removed glass and put it back and now these problems LOL
    oh,,i have an idea i did some modification to the mirror base( cuz of new mirror) but on the both sides, maybe there is a problem in that and not in glass
     

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