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Drivers side door window.

pleasantonite
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Asked by pleasantonite Apr 11, 2013 at 08:33 PM about the 2000 Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Window is quite slow in going up, today it went up 8" and stopped, it needed my assistance in going up.

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judge_roy
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someone's going to have to get in there and lubricate the tracks~

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pleasantonite
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The lube worked. Thanks

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judge_roy
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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~

tenspeed
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Lube the other window too. It's been in the car the same length of time.

judge_roy
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what did you use for lube? ordinary petroleum jelly does alright, if you don't overdue it~

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