Sorry about the vid, it was taken down long time ago, Here is what you do, both passenger and driver have weatherstripping going around the entire door entrance, now whether you have a 2-door or a 4-door does not matter, the weatherstipping over time in the upper position (the one that the window slides into when closing your window) becomes loose and does not provide the same snug fit as before.
here is what I did, I took some white silicone all weather adhesive and put it on top of the window rubber, I did did from one end to the other, are you following me.
1- step 1.... role window down
2- step 2.... pull rubber weatherstripping down
3- step 3.... squeeze white silicone from one end to the other; Than roll or (push button) for window to go of, make sure it is up all the way for a tight snug fit)
4- step 4..... let it sit like this for 24 hours
no matter what you do , do not let the window down, be sure to do the same for the opposite side.
Originally Posted by smithka
I know this post is rather old...but I am having a similar problem to the original poster. I have an 02 4dr. supercab and it sounds like I always have a window cracked. Rear slider seems to be shut tight and all doors are latched properly.
The videos posted on this thread are no longer on YouTube. I've heard it could be the type of weatherstripping used around the doors? This a ridiculously simple, yet terribly annoying problem. Anyone have ideas?