Question about 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis
Sometimes the glass will stick to the rubber weatherstripping when the windows are not used for a long time. We have that problem on our 2005 Town & Country, between air conditioning in summer and heating in winter, we rarely use the windows. Try to make a habit of dropping all the windows slightly (an inch or two is enough, just to move the glass) each time you get in the car, or at least once a week. Sometimes just opening and closing the door a few times jars the window enough to break it loose.
If that does not fix it, you may have a bad switch or motor.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
Testimonial: "Most likely as you suggested, the window was stuck to the rubber gasket as we've had prolonged period of weather 100+. I thought the lock was on."
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