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I had the rear window replaced on my 91 LS after the car was broken into. Now when it goes down, when it hits about the halfway point it makes a loud click or popping noise. Just one pop.

I have taken it into the shop. They say they fixed it by "adjusting it". They can't tell me what they adjusted. But when I get it back, it still does it.

Looks like I will have to fix it myself....

Anyone know anything about the back door windows?

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I had the rear window replaced on my 91 LS after the car was broken into. Now when it goes down, when it hits about the halfway point it makes a loud click or popping noise. Just one pop.

I have taken it into the shop. They say they fixed it by "adjusting it". They can't tell me what they adjusted. But when I get it back, it still does it.

Looks like I will have to fix it myself....

Anyone know anything about the back door windows?

with the door panel off, it should be easy to spot the problem......

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If it is easy to spot, then I wonder why it has not been fixed. Makes me wounder if they saw something they did not want to deal with....

Any idea on how to open up the door? I know how to get the window switch out of the door.

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If it is easy to spot, then I wonder why it has not been fixed. Makes me wounder if they saw something they did not want to deal with....

Any idea on how to open up the door? I know how to get the window switch out of the door.

NO, but I could look and tell.... there will be a few hidden screws that will have to be removed.

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