MY DRIVER SIDE DOOR WINDOW ALMOST WON'T GO BACK UP WHEN THE TEMP. DROPS.IT IS A 94 .

1994 Toyota Previa

Tiny

herbert martin

January, 25, 2012 AT 2:28 PM

When it worm, s up it will go up on its own but when it is cold you have to pull up on the window to get it to come up.

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1 Answer

Tiny

caradiodoc

January, 25, 2012 AT 2:38 PM

Satisfactory operation when warm proves the motor and wiring are okay. A common cause of sluggish response, worse when cold, is road dirt, tar, or bug juice in the rubber window channels. Spray them liberally with Silicone Spray Lube. It goes on like water, then evaporates and leaves a film of "slippery" behind. I use the stuff from the Chrysler dealer but it is available from any auto parts store or hardware store. It works real nicely for dragging seat belts that don't like to retract properly. I spray my belt webbing about once a year on my '88 Grand Caravan.

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