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1985-1992 Fleetwood, 1993 Sixty Special, All FWD Forum Discussion, Window fixed, but I have an issue in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I replaced two regulators (rear behind driver and passenger) but now the window wobbles as it goes up and leaves ...
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    Window fixed, but I have an issue

    I replaced two regulators (rear behind driver and passenger) but now the window wobbles as it goes up and leaves a gap along the back edge at the top where the tint stops. I re-adjusted the window and clamped it down again, but it still does it. How should I adjust the glass in the clamps?
    If I apply one finger pressure against the glass pushing back as it goes up, it will close correctly.
    I paid $60.00 at partstrain for the regulators each.
    If I pay $135.00 on eBay. will they not wobble?
    Any idea?
    thanks

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    Re: Window fixed, but I have an issue

    Maybe the regulators you bought were refurb.
    Which i could see causing a problem.
    If your problem is just aesthetic...id leave it like that before you mess it up .
    I fixed my driver side rear pass door window regulator.
    I didnt have to spend $500 for dealer work and didnt buy a new/refrubed regulator.
    I just epoxyed around the plastic piece that broke and good as new.
    Just cost me time (about 2 hrs and 1 days wait for epoxy to harden) and about $4 for epoxy mix.
    It all worked like a charm thanks to a thread on here on how to replace the regulator.

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    Re: Window fixed, but I have an issue

    If your window tilt when you lower it and you have to push it back to get it to roll up you need some guides. I don't know how they look on your caddy but on mine their are holes that the window guide goes on and goes in place to hold the window in place

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