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94 S10 Blazer manual window binds and is extremely hard to roll?

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2007-05-25 22:20:22
2007-05-25 22:20:22

This happened to me once. The window was off track, can't understand how that happened but you need to take the inside door panel off and look to see if that's the case. Then twist the glass till you can slide it off the lever that raises and lowers the glass, manuver it back into the tracks (not exactly easy for someone who hasn't done it before, at least it wasn't for me). Then slide the lever back into the poing on the glass that holds it and replace the inside door panel. Ideally, that'll work and it did for me but replacing the glass into the tracks and getting the lever back in place was difficult for me. Hope that helps.

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