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well my driver side window is a little on the slow side and I doubt they have never been relubed so I was wondering how to do this, guess I'll hit my passanger window while I'm at it......I figure all this preventive maintainace I've been doing might just save me some money.......someday
 

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Yeah, I would also be interested in this if someone knows how. My drivers side window is creaking all the way up and my passengers side is a bit slow. I don't think it's the motor though, they seem strong enough.
 

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My friend works at a glass shop and said he could lube my windows...im not sure when we're gonna get around to it but whenever we do if no1 else responds ill let u guys know how to do it.
 

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well I know what to do, all you need is either white or lithium grease, and you put it along the rubber on the side of the window that is passes into when it goes down. i just need to know how to get the window out how to get to the tracks
 

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Pull the door covers off, then the foam liner, then just apply the grease to the tracks. Ive done this twice since I will not take the glass out completely. Just a small precationary measure just so it wont squeek like when I first got the car. The openings inside the door are big enough to completely cover both tracks.
 

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Originally posted by: Lukydogg
Pull the door covers off, then the foam liner, then just apply the grease to the tracks. Ive done this twice since I will not take the glass out completely. Just a small precationary measure just so it wont squeek like when I first got the car. The openings inside the door are big enough to completely cover both tracks.
thanks!
 
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