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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    I experience the same thing also pero sa rear windows ko lang and slightly sa front passenger's side. I guess it could probably be due to disuse. Adding relays might help however I haven't heard of anyone who tried it yet. Maybe you would like to be the first one to try it? :-)

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    #12
    hmmm...alam ko dapat hindiipagsabaysabay yung pagbukas/pagsara ng power windows..isa isa na lang ;)
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    #13
    My Vitara also has this kind of problem. The rear windows are kind of slow when closing, it sometimes stops halfway but when restarted it goes up all the way but still slow considering that my Vitara is just a little more than 4 year old car. If you have an option or have tried something that works, kindly let us know, we'd be willing to try this on our rig. For the meantime, I have posted the same article here, please find, hope it helps.
    Last edited by astec; August 17th, 2004 at 09:34 AM.

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    #14
    try lubricating the window channels along the frame. they tend to get stuck and detach from the thing below that holds them up. had the same prob, inumbag ko ung glass umandar uli. btw, tama si caloyski, if you open them sabay- sabay, sira din sabay-sabay kahit anong kotse. mag-oxygen ka na lang pagkulang hangin

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    #15
    sirs, try nyo lubricate yung frame ng window. yung part na dinadaanan ng salamin. doon ang friction e, try applying tire black. it worked for my isuzu, it might do for you, that is if your power motor is in good shape

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    #16
    What would be a good lubricant for the window channels ?

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    #17
    Mineral oil available at Mercury Drug

    or

    You can try to contact wiretap_md. He recently had his power windows disassembled, cleaned, and lubricated. AFAIK, it was home service.

    Call him at 0917 3001415 for particulars.

    Ito yung exact words niya: http://4x4ph.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=7859
    I also had my 4 power windows serviced because medyo mabagal na ang mechaninsm. The mechanics removed the weatherstrips, power window mechanism, sliders, etc. Cleaned it manually with water and re-lubricated. Now, speed is 100% faster. Parang mitsubishi power windows na ang bilis.
    Last edited by OTEP; November 3rd, 2006 at 05:57 PM.

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    #18
    Medyo OT lang po and just my second post here . As most of you are all knowlegeable users of Vitara , would you please comment on the practicality of buying a 2nd hand Vitara ( just saw some at the car finder section ) I had my sights on the Hyundai Matrix but as it will be used by " new drivers " , kaya change of heart as obviously it will be tested out in a rather rough way. Been lurking for a while and read most of the post related to the Vitara.Pros and Cons please ? Are more problems with the Vitara
    Thanks in Advance

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    #19
    There is a Vitara thread in the diesel forum. Just use the advanced search function.

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    #20
    sir Otep thanks for the information. That opened up a lot of interesting stuff .

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