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Does anybody else's door sound loose inside when the door is closed with the windows all the way down. Both the driver door and the passenger door. It sounds like if for whatever reason the door is shut too hard or slammed the window inside will shatter. The noise is kind of embarassing. Hopefully this is normal, and is there a fix. :wtf: :burnout:
 

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Have you taken it to get it serviced? Back when they first came out with the grease streak problem on the driver/passenger windows I took mine in to get that fixed. They replaced the regulator on both driver and passenger side. When I came to pick it up the driver side door had the same sound/problem that you are describing. They decided to keep it another day to replace the newly installed regulator(faulty) with a new, new regulator :rolf2: and so far everything has been fine. I'm not absolutely sure that will fix your problem but from what you described it seems like that would be the first thing I would do. Hope this helps. Good luck! :clap:
 

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every single z i've been in does this. i live next to a z dealership and even checked out the 04, and 05's....they all do this. must be something with the way the window seals when it's up.

but, yeah, sound loose for some reason.
 

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Normal. I have to reach over and stop the door from closing when a passenger gets out or else it sounds like the thing is falling into pieces. Oh well.
 

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Noticed that you also get this oil smudge mark on the window when you roll down your windows and close the door then roll it back up.
 

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If you do a search you can find info about the grease smudge you are referring to. THis can be fixed and there is a TSB for it. Mine never had this problem.
 

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Im actually noticing the grease on a different area of the glass. Near the top in the door handle side on the inside of the window.
 
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