Question about Hyundai Santa Fe
Seems the window is 'dragging' in it's track or it is OUT-OF-TRACK. Verify that the window is in it's track - if so, find/get some silicon spray and spray it down the front & rear track. See if that does the trick. If you discover the window is OUT-OF-TRACK, you'll need to put it back in its track (or find someone who knows how to do this). If neither of these solutions works, perhaps you should take it into the Hyundai Dealership and have them diagnose the problem.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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