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My 2000 sienna van passenger window goes down o.k. but comes up very,very slowy and in interviles takes alot of time to come up almost a day what can this be.? thank you

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This is caused by dried out window channel felts, get a can of spray silicone lube from the auto parts store and carefully spray it into the felt glass run channels, spray until the silicone drips out the bottom door drains, use covers to keep the chemical off the plastic parts of the door panel, it may discolor them, then operate the window up and down 3 or 4 times to distribute the lubricant, this should ease the resistance and the window will go up faster.

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