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Ford F-150 front passenger window binds when rolling up or down. Replaced the regulator, still binds. Very difficult in 1 spot 1/2 way up and down. Driver's window is fine. Allignment issues? Have lubed the regulator, etc. Am out of ideas. Help please.

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The problem is you have a bad brush or dead spot problem. Whack the motor with your fist through the door panel and it should go up at the point of where it binds

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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