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      05-15-2011, 11:08 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by frankzlin79 View Post
Well, for E92s, there is no weather stripping up top since there is no top frame to frame the top edge of the window. On the E90, there is a door frame, with the weather stripping. So the E90 has the weather stripping on left, top, and right sides of the window. There shouldn't be a need to roll down the windows of the E90 or E92 to access the weather strips.
Thanks for the details.

I'll wipe down the weather stripping pieces on both the door and the car with a microfiber cloth and see if that helps anything. I want to avoid taping stuff on these rubber pieces and avoid using chemicals that could dry them out sooner.

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