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Weathertech Question

Discussion in 'New Members' started by motttocs, Jul 29, 2012.

  1. motttocs

    motttocs [OP] Member

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    Just installed a set of in-channel Weathertech deflectors on my 2012 Tacoma. No matter what I do the window hits the edge (rear) and the window rubs the last inch or so on the way up front windows only. Rear windows are fine. I left the window closed for twenty four hours and still rubbing. I have installed and re-installed numerous times and end up with the same result. Is this normal?
     
  2. motttocs

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    Sorry I thought I posted in the appropriate forum. Anyway, problem fixed
     
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    How did you fix it? Do you have a pic of what your talking about?
     
  4. motttocs

    motttocs [OP] Member

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    Make sure you put the front lower section in first a seat it in good. Work up and around til you have to bend the deflector. and finish seating. I'm not sure what it said to do with the window placement (partially down) but that is the Key. Good Luck
     
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