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Crank window I recently replaced the Passenger side vent window assembly and now I have difficulty cranking the door window up and down. Although it cranks hard the problem is at about 2 inches from fully closed. Very hard to crank. Once it's up the edge farthest from hinges is not completely in the weather strip channel. (Door panel off) I reach inside the door and push it fully closed. When I crank it down so much resistance I feel as though the window mechanism will break, The first inch or so is difficult and past that it cranks with not as much effort to open.

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When you replaced the vent window assy. did you seat the assy. into the door channel? Something is out of alignment.

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