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Old 07-15-2009, 11:04 AM   #31
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so my passenger window goes up EXTREMELY slow, would this be a fix for it?
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Old 07-17-2009, 05:10 PM   #32
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try a little silicone spray first if the windows seems to work and still in the tracks.
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Old 07-20-2009, 01:16 AM   #33
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My 95 LX has a driver window that won't go up without slipping out of the rubber track along the outside of the door (manual windows), will this work. Might try it tomorrow.
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Bump for an awesome thread. This helped out a lot. I did find getting the panel back on was a huge pain though. >_< Same for the little clip things. Ugh. Anyway, awesome write up. Mine still goes up slow though. I couldn't get the grease on for the side towards the engine though. Only the side with the plastic window. It's still loud as heck and not fast.
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Love this thread!! I wish I would have came across this months ago. I just did these exact steps today and the driver window is working much better. I need to replace the front track/guide. The rubber parts all ate up and missing in some places! About 25 bucks to replace that. Not bad considering how much it would have cost if I took it somewhere.
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i thought doing this would fix my window popping out of its track but i now realize that the tabs for the actual glass has broken off, does anyone know where i can buy the drivers side glass for cheap i have a hatch and live in san jose area, or if anyone can point me in the right direction of where to look it would greatly be appreciated thank you.
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Just want to say thanks to Stolibears for this thread.

This happened to my 2000 Honda Civic last night and my window is now restored back to it's former glory.

Thanks so much!!
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Thanks! This is a huge help.
After reading this I decided I should register. Looks to be lots of wise people here.
Thanks to all who have contributed stuff like this. To a guy like me who is sort of new to doing my own auto work, sites like this are just priceless!
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i thought doing this would fix my window popping out of its track but i now realize that the tabs for the actual glass has broken off, does anyone know where i can buy the drivers side glass for cheap i have a hatch and live in san jose area, or if anyone can point me in the right direction of where to look it would greatly be appreciated thank you.
I can be of assistance, what car is it? I might just have it ! Pm me Wth your number and I'll get at you tomorrow evening after my exam. I have a lot of spare parts for Ef's EG's and ek's especially front windows lol
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There are Honda bulletins published on this for the 2 and 4 window models. If Honda wrote up a bulletin on this aren't they suppose to perform any labor free of charge. The bulletin does not list much material. So, out of pocket should not be much.
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There are Honda bulletins published on this for the 2 and 4 window models. If Honda wrote up a bulletin on this aren't they suppose to perform any labor free of charge.
No. Just because they post a bulletin about something doesn't make them liable for work. If it was a recall, yes. Bulletin no.
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