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Noise inside the front passenger door

I own a 1998 Nissan Altima. Since 2 – 3 weeks, I am hearing some odd noise ( something like vibration noise ) inside the front passenger door. I hear this more when I ride the car with the glass opened. Could you please advice me what could be the problem.

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Could be a perished rubber in the window track or surrounding glass horizontally

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