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I left my window down for about 7 hours at work and when I tried to put it up it wouldn't go up. It sounds like it wants to but can't

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Did it rain? or moist.
sometimes moist will make your window rubbers wet and hard for the motor
to bring it back up. if not try to pull the glass and press the button at the same time.

good luck

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