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Old 24 Nov 2011, 10:16 am
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Default I drive and 09 Honda Civic. ?

It's a coupe and on each of the window on the top of the doors theirs an upside down triangle. What is it?
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Old 24 Nov 2011, 10:46 am
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im pretty sure that little thing is just a guide for the window, so that it doesnt go to far out when rasing up. windows have a slight amount of play to them, and im pretty sure the little triangle is to get the windows to go up correctly.































i drive an 08 civic si coupe and i wondered the same thing. some people did talk about it on 8thcivic.com, and i think the conclusion was what i just told you.
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