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Old 09-16-2012, 06:48 AM   #1
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Windows tinted- now wind noise

I picked my car up from being tinted yesterday and I now have wind noise even at 55mph. I did notice the very top left corner of the door panel near the lock was my clipped in properly. But it also looks like possible window seal. Here are pics.
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thats the answer. just take off the door panel and put it back on properly. good luck.
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