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    #11
    ako rin, kapag bagong car wash, open doors instead of windows. hindi naman nakaka-bother sa ibang motorists a.
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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by popoyn
    try to observe. some are new cars kaya hindi ko maintindihan.
    Bagong lagay ang tint?

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    #13
    they think that if they minimize using the window, power or otherwise, it would extend the life of its internal componets.

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    #14
    yung sa civic namin... kumakapit na yung rubber sa gilid... kaya i open the doors na lang...

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    #15
    :lol: which is so wrong. If you don't use your power windows at least once a week, they'll get stuck or slow after a few months. (Happened on my old car after it got garaged at )(&%$#(&#* Mantrade for three months)

    Mostly, it's because of newly installed tint or a newly washed car.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #16
    i wont use my windows if its broken otherwise i think its better to use it, more handy

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    #17
    pre guilty ako diyan. kaya overextend talaga bigay /abot ng ticket sa akin ng parking/toll attendants he he. Ewan ko na trauma na ako sa power windows ko. Lagi na lang na stuck up (sunog motor, patid cable).

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by chris_d
    baka sira na... o kaya wala silang power windows...
    Or they have defective power windows, is more appropriate. I still rely on manual powered windows, hassle/worry free, healthy (exerting a little or more effort is exercise), inexpensive maintenance.

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    #19
    well... they could open their windows before reaching the toll teller's booth to minimize amount of time spent (opening the door / window / etc.) waiting.

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by leinahtan
    Or they have defective power windows, is more appropriate. I still rely on manual powered windows, hassle/worry free, healthy (exerting a little or more effort is exercise), inexpensive maintenance.
    mas ok naman talaga manual windows less probs, maintenance...
    yung nga lang mas marami sa atin na mas gusto convenience ng power windows, isa na ako dun...

    kaya weirdo pag di ginagamit yun unless sira.

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opening of door instead of window