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I have bought a 4x4 Yeti
where the driver side motorized window is not as smooth as the other 3 windows.
Seems like loaded when it approaches the half waymark. Any idea if it
has something to do with the motor? <?: prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" />
 

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May be, or possibly catching in the window glass guide channels. I've had a couple of cars where the latter has been the case, if you're brave enough pop the door card off and have a look!
 

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Try a drop or spray of silicone oil/grease in the window channel. Maybe just a bit of dirt or leaf stuck there.
 

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Had a look at that link, not seen a solid door like that before, I guess you will need to get hold of some instructions on how to remove the window unit and door card if necessary - someone on here will probably know.
 

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This may help

 

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And this

 

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Thanks for the drawings. Looks like the "glass pane" is embedded deeper in the door. Notyet confident that i can manage to open up and refix.
I let some fine dust settle on the glass and when i open and close i see a 0.5inch strip just above the door handle.
 

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I don't know if it would help in your case but some people lightly spray/dust their window tracks with a dry lubricant such as Molybdenum disulphide (Moly) powder. I have tried it and it helped a little with an old sticky electric window.
 
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