|01-19-2012 07:27 PM|
|01-19-2012 04:16 PM|
|01-18-2012 07:24 PM|
|oranjeep||It has the correct frame, steel, bracket with the rubber on the bottom. It just pops out whenever I close my doors. The heater hose just sits on the back door and keeps the "window assembly" from moving. Has worked well for the past 3 years. Obviously I only use it when the hard top is on for the winter.|
|01-18-2012 07:10 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||Having had to buy hard top brackets because my hard top wasn't staying shut either, I can only say the model of brackets I purchased at the dealership made for the hard topl completely block the rear window from opening unless the tailgate is opened first. It sounds to me Oranjeep that you do have the incorrect brackets. The window would have to pass through steel for it to open when the correct brackets are installed.|
|01-18-2012 06:54 PM|
I have the factory hard top, and all the correct hardware, but my window also pops out. Just enough to interfere with the wipers.
I put two pieces of heater hose, about 3" long and cut lengthwise on the top edge of the rear door. This is just enough to hold the glass in place and doesn't get in the way of anything else. S
|01-18-2012 02:27 PM|
|JCROSS||Not sure about these brackets cause mine is a hard top (I don't see any brackets)|
|01-18-2012 02:16 PM|
Your dealer can get them, they are specifically for hard top equipped TJs. I had to do the same thing for my '97 after I bought a hard top for it.
|01-18-2012 01:42 PM|
|Panther57||That's definitely a possibility, since originally the jeep came only with the soft top. Anyone have pictures of these brackets that go with a hard top?|
|01-18-2012 01:15 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||If you have a pair of the right metal brackets specifically made for the hard top is on the tub, the rear seal assembly will lock the rear window down where it cannot pop up out of place. It sounds like you're still using the brackets made for the soft top.|
|01-18-2012 01:03 PM|
|JCROSS||I have an 04 and mine does it too. I don't slam the doors and I have the rubber seal still. It's really annoying|
|01-18-2012 12:31 PM|
|Another Guy In A Jeep||^ same here, My 98 has those vents, I ddnt know what they were for, thank you|
|01-18-2012 12:29 PM|
Another thing to keep in mind is the vent. Earlier TJs a long vertical vent on either side of the rear glass on the hard top. They let air out, relieving pressure, when shutting the doors. Later TJs have a vent in the tailgate.
Maybe check those. When I close a door I hear a "poof" of air come out of the vents.
|01-18-2012 09:52 AM|
roll down your window a tad before closing it when getting in.
Getting out... try the not slamming the doors so hard suggestion.
|01-18-2012 09:47 AM|
The tailgate is supposed to hold the glass closed.
Are you missing the rubber weather strip at the bottom of the glass?
Are you closing the glass before you close the tailgate?
|01-18-2012 09:43 AM|
|JakesTJ||Dont slam the door so hard!|
|01-18-2012 09:36 AM|
Always something with a Jeep
During the summer, I run half doors (or no doors) with a soft top on my TJ; but in winter I have a hard top and full metal doors. When I shut the full metal doors, the rear glass pops out along the lower rail. The lower rail isn't worn, but it doesn't seem to hold the window closed when shutting one of the doors. Is there anything I can do to fix this?