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I have a 2005 Chevy Malibu and the drivers side door does not seal properly at the top of the door and the elements leak in. How do I fix this?

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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.

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