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  • Hi David,

    Thank you for the link. I do not have a problem with that part. It is the 'L' shaped bracket that the stoppers are supposed to come into contact with. Also, it is not with the front stopper, it is at the rear of the door / rear stopper. The problem is the 'L' bracket that is supposed to come into contact with the stopper on the window lift clamp assembly is not making contact. Please see the image below. The rear stopper is part of the window lift clamp assembly

    My feeling is that the window runner (not sure if this is the correct term) - the part on which the window clamp assembly slides) becomes slightly distorted at the top over time due the force of the window being pushing against the seals over time. This eventually creates a slight gap between the stopper and the stop bracket. Fixing this distortion with the glass in situ is a delicate. Not sure if I am willing to try this out of fear of breaking the window. I also do not want to take the window assembly apart as I feel that I will struggle to align everything right when I put it all back together. The other alternative is to fabricate an 'L' bracket that is slightly longer on the top.

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