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Windows stick and are slow to go up or down - 1989 Mazda 929

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  • My_Hope May 10, 2009

    Does any1 have valiable info about Mazda 929 Model 1980? I bought it about 3 years ago, and need to know how can I manintain the engine, even getting soon overhaul. Thx for all replys.

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I just did my sons 1989 929. needed window regulator assembly motor comes with it

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