I have a 2009 sebring convertable and the top makes a squeaking type rubbing noise. Any help in getting rid of the noise would be helpful.

Asked by Aug 24, 2012 at 07:00 AM about the 2009 Chrysler Sebring Touring Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

convertable top makes a squeaking type rubbing noise only when the top is up and it is a constant thing.

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I believe the squeak you are refering to is coming from the windows on the rubber gasket seal of the top. What I do on my 99 Sebring JXI is with the top up and the doors open, spray all rubber sealing with a dry silicon lubricant. Even spraying the rubber seals around the door jams and up along & across the windsheild makes a noticeble difference. I use this method on the sealing material around my rear sliding window on my Ram as well. The noise is completely eliminated for a couple months. You may have to apply more frequently depending upon how often and/or thoroughly you wash your car.

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