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1999 crown vic

The windows on both sides come up real slow

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    skaizun Dec 14, 2008

    My 99 CV has the same problem, straight off the dealer's showroom, but only with the front driver side (the other windows don't exactly break any landspeed records, either!). The dealer claimed it was the window regulator, which they claimed they replaced (under warranty), though I could see no evidence of the inside door panel having been removed (nobody's *that* good!). It was allegedly done in two separate instances (needless to say, the first time didn't help), then they claimed that the rubber insulation between the window and the interior and exterior door panels is too tight. My dad & I gently pulled one side's insulation from the window, just to see what would happen, and it was significantly faster. Since I'd rather have a slow window, then a potential leak (if I remove the outside insulation) or loose window (if I remove the inside insulation), I've learned to live with it! With all the other troubles I have with the car (half the dash lights stopped working 3 years ago, and the "set/accel" cruise control button stopped working 5 years ago, it's a minor issue for me! Good luck!

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It could be your windo motors, but I've also seen that the switch contacts being dirty can cause this problem.

Go to crownvic.net, we have a tutorial on there to show how to disassemble the switch assembly and clean the terminals.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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The motors are just getting old and soon they will need to be replace with new...so good luck..

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