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My window want go down, it did this before and then we dont what we did but it started working again for a while but then it quit again and we dont know if there is a short or its the motor or what, is there other problems other than the motor or what. can you please help with this problem?

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Frst, try lubing up the side rubber tracks with silicone spray. If that does not help, you will need to replace the window motor.

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