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Inside window trim catching window going down.. name of trim?

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Old 06-13-18, 02:44 PM
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Inside window trim catching window going down.. name of trim?

Anyone know the name and/or part number of the inside window trim attached to the door?
when window going down it folds and inhibits the window and strains the motor. Quick fixes?
I need to get windows tinted asap (miami heat and it is summer time). This I am sure will only exaggerate the situation.

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Apologies to the mods. I think I posted this in the wrong area again!!
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The name of that trim is No Longer Available, or NLA for short. Ask me how I know...
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Originally Posted by jza80 View Post
The name of that trim is No Longer Available, or NLA for short. Ask me how I know...
..... how do you know?

and....

did you fix it?
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I tried to source that part about a year ago, according to Ray it was NLA.

In my case, it was not rolling but rather was loose at the front of the door panel where it attached and it was moving a little. I thought the problem was with the trim, but it was really the door panel. The part number is FD01-59-821 in case you get lucky and find one.

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Thx. This is definitely the trim. I will be pulling the panel off soon anyway for door speaker and making sure the track is clean and lubed so I will see what I can come up with. Thanks for the help.
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