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I have a 1939 Chev 2-door sedan. The passenger front vent window, will not close all the way. Have tried another vent window transmission would not close either. Gears in the transmission look-fine. There is plenty of lubrication.Has a new weatherstrip-also. Can not find any adjustment. Don't know what to do next.
 

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Usually this means the divider between the window and the vent window is off by a bit. When you roll up the passenger window is there a little gap at the front top? Try to readjust the front track just a bit to stop the vent window from binding.
 

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I have a 1939 Chev 2-door sedan. The passenger front vent window, will not close all the way. Have tried another vent window transmission would not close either. Gears in the transmission look-fine. There is plenty of lubrication.Has a new weatherstrip-also. Can not find any adjustment. Don't know what to do next.
 

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It seems like the transmission for the vent window will not go far enough to close the vent window.
 
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