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2003 C4S Wind noise

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I have a persistent wind noise in the driver's window area on my '03 C4S. Dealer has "adjusted" the window several times but the noise is the same. It begins at about 30MPH and up. Window appears to be sealing. Any ideas??

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Make sure the dealer has inspected the rubber door sealing gasket. Sometimes damage or a slightly deformed gasket are hard to see.

There are four adjustments on the door window. I wonder if the dealer is only doing the height adjustment?

Here are the four adjustments needed to properly align the door window mechanism:

1. Adjust the door window angle in the vehicle's longitudinal direction.

2. Adjust the door window height.

3. Adjust the door window pressing force on the door seal at the top and sides.

You can check the adjustment by -- clamping a sheet of paper between the door window and door seal -- It should not be possible to pull the sheet of paper out.

4. Adjust the lower stop of the power window unit.

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