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Old 4th August 2010, 16:17   #11
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Can someone post this SIB? my dealer looked at me like I had 3 heads when I asked about it.

Also 335xi did you end up just using Gummi Pfledge to resolve the noise?
I had some that i bought for the 335. Those windows creaked all the time.....
The M5 is pretty silent now, only noise comes from the rear deck it seems, probably the powered sunshade. The noise almost goes away completely when the sunshade is down.

As far as the M5's windows creaking, I would have corrected the issue much sooner had I known that it was the rear window. Carbaflo will last a few months. If someone gets the SIB then I will have the dealer do the teflon tape thing next time
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