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Old 05-02-2013, 06:39 PM   #1
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2013 soft top back window

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New to the site and just purchased my first jeep that I love. 2013 two door sport s commando green. I just had a couple of questions on the back window, I put the top down for the first time a few days ago, today looked a little dicey so I put it all back up and when I was zipping the back window down it is extremely wavy and even has a few creases in it. Can I fix all of this myself/can I take it back to the dealer and get a new one. I have only had the car a couple of weeks. I didn't remove it completely (had the dealer tell me to just roll it up along with friends who have jeeps). The window looks like i've had the car for years and its brand new. Any suggestions would help since I am new to the jeep world.

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Old 05-02-2013, 07:39 PM   #2
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So you did not remove the window when you took the top down?

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Old 05-02-2013, 08:08 PM   #3
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I leave my rear window rolled up and attached with the top down all the time. It always looks wavy and creased when you put it back up. It will smooth back out when it gets warm (full afternoon sun usually does it). If you leave it attached unprotected it will rub against the tailgate and can cause surface scratches (I made that mistake). Now leave it attached and roll up in a small blanket when I drop the top. Works like a charm and a lot easier than taking it all the way out.
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Old 05-02-2013, 11:18 PM   #4
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I leave my rear window rolled up and attached with the top down all the time. It always looks wavy and creased when you put it back up. It will smooth back out when it gets warm (full afternoon sun usually does it). If you leave it attached unprotected it will rub against the tailgate and can cause surface scratches (I made that mistake). Now leave it attached and roll up in a small blanket when I drop the top. Works like a charm and a lot easier than taking it all the way out.
Might have to try this. I despise zipping the rear window back up.
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