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post #1 of 2 Old 10-21-2015, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Driver side door/window issues

2010 2SS/RS, L99,A6
Searched but did not find anything other than resetting the windows, which I have done.
The issue:
The driver side window opens maybe a 1/4 inch. The passenger side opens an inch or more.
I have done the key on reset by rolling down and holding and rolling up and holding, with no changed.
I just got the car used and the CarFax shows a window was replaced but no other info.
It also has a slight rattle on the highway that goes away if I BARELY crack the driver side window.
Q: Is there an adjustment on the regulator that can be made to increase the amount the window opens?

Second issue. The door seems to be out of adjustment as it is not contacting the latch squarely and is noisy when closing and clunks when I open it. I am familiar with first gen Camaro and 67-72 trucks, but I don't want to just start adjusting my 5th gen door without a little more knowledge.

2010 2SS/RS, L99 (A6), black/black
68 Chevy C10 SWB, 454, 700-R4
67 Camaro, all original 327, PG, A/C, bucket seats
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post #2 of 2 Old 01-03-2016, 04:37 PM
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Ever figure anything out on your door? I got a 2010 RS the other day and my driver side door also needs some adjustment, the interior red trim doesn't line up with the trim on the dash, it's about half an inch lower and on the outside you can see it doesn't line up quite right. No clue how to adjust these.
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