Question about Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
Get some spray silicone from an auto parts store or department store with an automotive section. If the windows are down, or partly down, spray a small amount of the silicone spray (using the straw on the spray nozzle) down the window tracks, especially the rear track. If the window won't go down, have someone operate the switch while you use both hands on either side of the window to 'push' it down, then spray along the tracks. Once they start moving on their own, spray a small amount again, and exercise the windows up and down until they operate freely.
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