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Twizzler
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I've seen periodic postings regarding the windows being "lubed" to prevent them from slowly going up and retracting etc..but ALL of these postings have been limited at best in describing exactly how-to do this procedure correctly and have never mentioned exactly what to access and how?? Someone with knowledge on this topic please post. My drivers side has been intermittently stalling recently and retracting and I would like to simply disassemble what needs to be and quickly clean it/lube it and reassemble, thanks to all who chime in.
 

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Lubing window chanels

I followed the lube advice, and it cured my "no auto" problem completly!!! Worked like a charm, and they go "auto" again!
Earl:confused:
 

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blue'99 said:
I followed the lube advice, and it cured my "no auto" problem completly!!! Worked like a charm, and they go "auto" again!
Earl:confused:
The reason they go auto again is because there is a built in pinch protector. If the rails are dirty that will provide enough resistance for them to stop working. They are very sensitive. :)
 
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