Originally Posted by Elizabeth
I always silicone up the side windows. It keeps them from burning out the window motors.
The worst stuff is some pine sap getting into the felt the window rubs against. That will cause a lot of extra friction.
With the widow down, just run some water (from a sponge or similar) against the outside inner door where the felt is.
Not in freezing weather obviously!!
Or, in any weather, some RainX on a cloth forcing that fluid into the felt.
The windows wil lslide MUCH better.
The fluid will smear up onto the windows a little the first few times. but your window motors will last forever...
I've never even thought about it and I've not once had a window motor go bad. Ever. Is this a common thing?
Either way, I'd say hit the dealership. If they go up *much* slower than they go down, there could be a problem.