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Old 02-19-2011, 04:53 PM
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Rear sliding glass wont open all the way

2006 F-250 crew cab. When i go to use the power sliding glass window in the back it will open half way and seems like it gets stuck, but closes like a champ. Does the tracks or something need to be cleaned? If so does anyone know how?
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Old 02-20-2011, 06:30 AM
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Yes, it needs cleaning, mine did the same until I cleaned the track with a toothbrush dipped in PB Blaster and then cleaned out all of the excess gunk with a clean rag, it also cleaned the cable that operates the back window and since I did this it opens fully, and quickly and I havent had any more issues. Just be very careful with the Blaster as it would probably discolor or damage the interior if it gets on it.
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Old 02-20-2011, 04:30 PM
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i had to do the exact same thing saturday on the truck i bought last week, do the top and bottom tracks mine was dragging more from the top than the bottom
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My rear window would only open 1/4 way. I figured it just needs some lube in the tracks. First thing that came to mind was some sort of silicone lube but I was afraid the silicone lube would collect dust because it doesnt dry and would cause me more problems so I put some dry graphite lube in the top and bottom track and the window would open 3/4 of the way but after a few days it again would only open 1/4 way. So today I went and bought some silicone lube and sprayed it in the tracks and now the window opens and closes in about 3 seconds. Im gonna keep a eye on it and see if the silicone lube is collecting dirt and dust in the track...if it is I guess i will just clean it out often and re apply the lube.

Im just really happy to have a rear window again so I can drive around and hear the turbo whistle I love
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Keep the silicone lube. Anything with a petroleum base will degrade the rubber in the seals.
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Old 02-25-2011, 03:46 AM
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thanks for all the suggestions! i think i will go and pick up some silicone lube and try that.
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Old 02-25-2011, 08:41 AM
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Little off topic, but can our front windows on both sides make an excessive creaking noise when you roll them up, is there a way to lube the tracks front windows?
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Little off topic, but can our front windows on both sides make an excessive creaking noise when you roll them up, is there a way to lube the tracks front windows?
Same process with using the silicone lube. Spray in the channels but no so much as to leave it all over the window.
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:20 AM
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Same process with using the silicone lube. Spray in the channels but no so much as to leave it all over the window.
That's what I was thinking, just wanted to make sure it wouldn't damage anything.
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Old 11-12-2011, 07:23 PM
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Does anyone know where I might be able to find new cable assembly for my rear window?
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