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Door is noisy and does not seal well
Adjust the position of the striker on the jamb so that the door closes properly.
Posted on Jun 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be the base of the windshield, or any holes in the firewall in the area just below the windshield (i.e., where the wiper arms are).
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: Subaru Forester window air leak
take out the tweeder covers if you have tweeders or remove the triangle covers were the tweeders woud be ,then stuff a klittle foam in their,worked for me
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Most of the door panels have a plastic liner - usually white between the door and the door panel. It normally is glued onto the inside of the metal door itself. There is a formed indentation for the speaker that are supposed to keep the moisture from entering the speaker from the back side. Thus, the speaker should only be wet if it gets wet from inside the car. I would make sure that the speaker has this kind of a shield on the back side. Rick
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
What sometimes happens is something gets caught in the door when closing and bends the window frame out. If your hinges and latches are not worn out and the door opens and closes properly this solution should work for you.
Place a block of wood between the inside bottom of your door and the rocker in a solid place. this will allow you to push gently on the frame around your window (roll the window down). Try a little at a time and open and close the door as you do this.
Be careful, they are not as strong as you think and going too far may create a metal kink.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
If the weather strip is fine then its an adjustment issue. Could be worn out hinge depending on the usage of the car. Was it a fleet vehicle before you got it? Was it a short trip in and out always opening and closing the door etc.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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