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POWER WINDOWS DOES NOT WORK (RANDOMLY WORKS)ALL WINDOWS

Hello Mr.Expert, My name is Shelly and am beautiful and need help understanding what can be wrong with my 1999 E320 Mercedes Benz Power Windows System, my power windows will (Randomly not work)- Can you advise please. Thank You, Shelly A

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Hello,first try to clean the window glass railing with cloth (a bit of oil) try to operate your window once a week if your car is not use,if possible do not force your window motor in downward or upward position,maybe the limit range in your motor is locked,resulting the window motor is stuck,ty

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