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Old 12-01-2008, 11:41 AM
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My passenger window goes a lot slower than my driver side and when it gets to the top it gets even slower.

Is this just as simple as getting a new motor or is there some thing else i can check for?

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Old 12-01-2008, 12:39 PM
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My passenger window goes a lot slower than my driver side and when it gets to the top it gets even slower.

Is this just as simple as getting a new motor or is there some thing else i can check for?

Thanks
Could be a window motor but you could get you some teflon spray and spray it into the front and rear felt track and see if that helps. You can buy the spray at a GM dealer. I don't know if Ford sells anything like that.
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Old 12-01-2008, 12:42 PM
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Yea, make sure the tracks are clean and get some silicone spray. Wally world probably even has it. It is a lubricant that doesn't attract dirt.
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Yeah these guys are right, clean up those run channels and then use a little teflon or some sort of lube just a little. Lithium grease is what Ialways use. that's what we'd put on at the Honda dealer that I worked for so i always use that. Just a small dab even if you get it on the glass, you can easily clean the glass while wipping off the excess.
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Thanks a lot just tried it and it goes a lot faster now
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My 2000 does the same thing gonna have to give the teflon spray a try.....
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I have to do that to mine constantly and its anoying
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I have to do that to mine constantly and its anoying

You probably have a cut or damaged window run channel.
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Old 12-21-2008, 07:55 AM
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my passenger side is slower than my driver side too. Not very noticable but its still slower
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