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Old 07-08-2011, 07:02 AM
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I had this on a previous vehicle. I can't remember what exactly was done to stop it, but it was some sort of lubrication fix.

Lubing the rubber strip that you were talking about... not where it makes contact with the window, but between that point and where it attached to the door.... The squeak is caused by the rubber piece being too rigid, and if it can be softened up a little bit, the friction is reduced, therefore no squeak.

I can't remember what was used for this. I'll wrack my feeble brain for the solution. This was while I was still in high school, and the car was a '79 Merc so it's been awhile.

Maybe someone else will know what I'm talking about.
good luck

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