i have the same problem with my four door 2012, i have no idea how to fix it, but i did notice that it didn't start happening till i took the top down. maybe we both did something wrong putting it back up, although i don't think i did its possible
it's a new, 2012 2dr wrangler sport, have only had it for 1,300 miles. However, the softtop window flaps won't stay secured when i close the doors, and flop around everytime i'm on the highway...
Mine flopped around for the first 600 miles or so and I was even thinking of taking it back to the stealership to complain, but then it magically stopped. I'm at 13,000 miles on it now and it's not flapping too much.
[B]2012 Rubicon[/B] (Black, Soft Top, Heated Seats, 6spd)
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And for the record, I'm probably judging you for your bad grammar or spelling.
Are you folding the hard plastic piece on the front of the rear window into the channel in the door frame? Or are you just closing the door onto it.
This is my guess too. I think it's one of the most common problems with putting the top back on. I did it the first time myself.
Most people will not roll the attaching portion that hooks into the back of the door frame all the way around, leaving it loose.
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