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Old 05-18-2013, 07:26 PM
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6.0 rear window

I know its probably on here somewhere, but my power rear window is sticking. Is there a fix for this? WD 40 is my first idea, but your thoughts?
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Old 05-19-2013, 07:45 AM
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Mine is doing the same thing. I goes about 2 inches and then slows way down for an inch, and stop. I was worried that the wd-40 would eventually get gummy with dirt dust. Subscribed!

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yea all you have to do is lube it with whatever you want. Then just work it back and forth a bit and good as new. Thats what I did to mine
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Old 05-19-2013, 05:11 PM
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Try this: 1 small spray bottle, Rubbing alcohol and some dry graphite mix together and spray in the track. The alcohol solution cleans and lubes and doesn't leave a greasy mess.
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Old 05-19-2013, 05:28 PM
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So i ended up using a wd40 pen and just kept working it back and forth on the little cable and track and moving the window open and closed. Paper towel twisted to a point worked to clean the crud out. Now the window works like new!
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Mine is loose in its track. I have to work it back and forth sometimes. It will try to tilt in its track. Any ideas on what to use to re glue it in place?
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wd40 on mine works great
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Have a person operate the button while you wd40 the track that seem to solve my problem when my window was sticking
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I use a liquid graphite which dries right away. Got it from a bicycle shop which they use on the brake and shifter cables. Do it every couple of months. Fine it better then WD40
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WD-40 FTW!! i do mine every month... along with the cables
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