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Why does my window come off track in my 91 accord?

Everytime i put my window down it comes off track. to put it back in place i have to hold it everytime i put it up

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  • agatjoe Jan 23, 2009

    same as sotos' problem. why does my window come off track in my 91 accord?

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Could be the tracks have slipped so the window isn't guided well any more or they stick in one track and get cocked as they move up and down. You can try lubricating the window tracks with Armor All (use a Q-tip). It might be necessary to remove the interior door panel to make sure the window tracks aren't loose. There is screw at the bottom of each track that allows some adjustment. If you go to this extent, it might be worth it to remove the glass (just two screws hold it to the regulator mechanism), clean the edges and lubricate the whole length of the track.

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