why is my window on the driver side on my corolla 2013

Asked by Jan 26, 2015 at 08:14 AM about the 2013 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the driver side window on my corolla 2013 gets stuck in cold weather but not the other 3 windows, I took it to the dealer in my area and they put some silicon on the ruber parts but it didn't help. what's the problem

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Most likely there is dirt on the cable drive inside the door, the only way to access it is to remove the door panel, it is a real bear to get cleaned and relubed, most just opt to replace the regulator unit if they find any nicks or slight fraying of the cable.

If you are under 60,000 miles take it back to the Dealer and MAKE then fix it right

i asked my dealer to look into the rattling on my passenger window. They said no warranty after 36k miles NEW VEHICLE WARRANTY Every Toyota vehicle is supported by a 36-month/36,000-mile limited warranty coverage. But it doesn't stop there. On top of our basic coverage, we offer: Basic Coverage[1] 36 months/36,000 miles (all components other than normal wear and maintenance items). Powertrain Coverage[1] 60 months/60,000 miles (engine, transmission/transaxle, front-wheel-drive system, rear-wheel drive, seatbelts and airbags). Rust-Through Coverage[1] 60 months/unlimited miles (corrosion perforation of sheet metal). Emissions Coverage[1] Coverages vary under Federal and California regulations. Refer to applicable Warranty & Maintenance Guide for details.

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