Drivers side door window.
Window is quite slow in going up, today it went up 8" and stopped, it needed my assistance in going up.
someone's going to have to get in there and lubricate the tracks~
The lube worked. Thanks
my pleasure, seems victories are often elusive, as some after solving the problem do not feel the need to let you know you're a dope, or you're brilliant...yours seemed common sense and a job that could not be ducked...like my dad just floods everything with WD-40 and crikey, the guy's an engineer, but a lazy person...clearly you are not lazy but very capable...glad you had the courage to get in there~
Lube the other window too. It's been in the car the same length of time.
what did you use for lube? ordinary petroleum jelly does alright, if you don't overdue it~
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