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2ooo Impala Front powerwindows move up and down freely, but only come back up half way when putting themm up.

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Might I suggest one easy thing to try? Buy a can of silicone spray and douse the weatherstrips liberally. If the car has been outside most of its life the weatherstrip can dry out and create a drag as the glass tries to go up and down. It won't hurt anything to try and I've seen it make a huge difference.

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This could due the power window cable snap out its place you need to get it serviced or the motor should be replaced , this is one of the major cause for the power window ................................



Good luck..........

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