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Just bought used Yukon 1999. Back windows will only go down 1/3 of the way. How can I make them go all the way down. We have no children and want window down. Can we fix this or does it have to go to a dealer?

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    toneman2121 May 12, 2010

    perhaps that's as far as they were designed to go down. is the door shaped to curve with the wheel well?

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There is nothing you can do to fix this problem...its the way the door is designed...the rear wheel wells protrude into the rear doors taking away the space needed for the windows to slide down into the door any further..suburbans do not have this design as they are longer and the back edge of the doors are straight without the rear wheel wells protruding into the door

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