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2004 cheverolet venture drivers window sticks half way up. I lube the track and it stills sticks pushing the regulator into the door frame.

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SOUNDS AS THOUGH THE REGULATOR ARM HAS BENT. QUITE OFTEN THE GLASS WILL BIND ON THE GLASS RUN AND IF CAUGHT QUICK ENOUGH, LUBRICATING THE GLASS RUN (FELT) WITH SILICONE WILL HELP. ONCE A REGULATOR IS WEAKENED, ITS HARD TO BEND IT BACK INTO CORRECT FORM. I SUGGEST A REPLACEMENT REGULATOR (SALVAGE PART SHOULD BE FINE)

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You need to replace the actual regulator arm because it is bent

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