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Front Windows don't go up

The center console switch sounds like it is operating the relay solenoid, but the window does not go up. The windows go down just fine, but the up control is intermittent at best... Any ideas on where to start looking for the problem?

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  • bevanded Nov 10, 2008

    I'll pull the door apart and try cleaning and greasing the mechanism. Thanks.

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The motor is getting weak , thats why it is easy to go down but not up , the up force takes alot more juice to make it go up , it will just stop trying to lift up on the window when there is to much strain and the relay will stop for a little bit
the track may need more grease to stop the strain on the window up movement , also the relay may also need to be replaced because it may see a strain all the time now

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