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Old 07-22-08, 05:05 AM   #16 (permalink)
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good info, i tried wd40 and it works fine but when i wash the car or it rain it washes away, but thanks for the good info ima go buy it now
NEVER use wd40 on rubber, WD40 is petroleum based it was eat rubber!

PS my windows are still working great and its been a few months sense I did this.
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Old 07-22-08, 12:57 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Thanks for sharing good info Roger , my driver side window rolls up and down slow as hell. I wouldn't mind to buy this product.
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It pays to read...actually you save when you read. I was about to replace both my front motors because they are really slow. Oh well, guess I will be looking for some of this stuff. Thanks.
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I'm a look into this product. But what also works is the armor all wheel spray (clear one). It last for months, even when you wash your car. It sticks really well on the window rubber.let me know if anyone else has tried this to confirm that it works great. Thank you
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Old 08-03-08, 08:27 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Regarding Window Silicon

Where did you get this grease at thanks
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Old 08-03-08, 08:42 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Where did you get this grease at thanks

UMM the link is in my first post
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Cool! I'll keep that in mind if I ever have a problem with slow windows.
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I read your postins. obviously i would have to remove the window motor and regulator. now if i am correct would i have to apply the grease on the motor and regulator or do i install it on another part. if so can you please explain. thank you
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I will try this stuff as soon as my order comes in..
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just a question about this. were do i apply it. i dont know what you mean as to the "window channel". :>? just wondering, cuz i have no idea what your talking about.
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The channel where the windows slides up and down in. Lower your window for the upper part, the take your door panel off with the window up and clean the lower channel. If you have big hands like I do, I had my daughter clean the lower part cause that hole isn't that big. Use alcohol and q-tips to clean out the channels. Make sure you use a good bit so it works in the channel. May take a couple days, as mine did.
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ok, thnx dude. i will try that.
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I had a regulator put in my 95L on the driver side and now when I put the window up it leans out of the door frame. Any tips on how to realign the window?
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Never had to, but I remembered a mention of it in the Online Manual. Here is the door glass adjustment link Acura Legend Online Service Manual (Page: 0776) GL
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