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Old 12-11-2012, 05:43 AM
Rhinos57 Rhinos57 is offline
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Mein Auto: 2002 330Ci
Unusual noise in driver door

My wife has a black 2006and E 53 3.0 with 79,000 miles. She loves this car. She has made two modifications to it. One was to rebadge it with the carbon fiber BMW style badges on the hood trunk and wheels. The other modification was the smoke European-style taillights.
It has started making a noise when lowering the driver's-side window that sounds like something hitting against the glass . Just as you start to open it. It started making this noise when the temperature is below 75F.
Has anyone out there heard of this issue, before I pull the door panel?
My ride is a 2002 330 CI.
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