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Old 11-09-2013, 05:49 PM   #1
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Ebay universal power windows

Brand NEW 4 Window Automatic Power Roll UP Closer Conversion KIT Universal | eBay

just installed these a week ago and the windows seem rather.. sluggish. sometimes stops completely lol. anyone else had this issue before? (directly connected to battery at the moment...)

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Grease up the regulator if it was difficult to roll originally even before putting on this kit...
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Also make sure you put a bit of proper grease on the glide tracks.
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Got to remember aftermarket window actuators are going to be slower than actual OEM ones.

This motor just spins the manual window handle. I rarely recommend anyone buy aftermarket power windows. They just aren't all that reliable and tend to slip and/or die quickly. The SPAL brand is one of the better ones out there, but even those aren't that great.

I would try greasing the tracks and maybe even WD40 inside the crank.
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Unless your car is newish, I honestly think your best option is to dump the Ebay branded ones and pick up a used set from Pickapart. They're dirt cheap there.
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