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post #1 of 4 Old 09-11-2006, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
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sliding rear window problem

i have the power sliding rear window in my 2006 f350 sometimes it doesnt open all the way it gets stuck .if its humid out its bad but other times it works great .i dont feel like taking it in to ford because it doesnt always do it. anybody out there have any ideas. on how to fix this? thanks

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maybe grease the track it rides on, might have a sticky point on it.

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ill try that . thanks!!

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Mine was like that the day it came off the lot. The dealer tech applied what looked like white lithium grease to the track and cables. It works better with the grease, but it's still a little weak at times.
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