I am encountering an issue considering my driver side front window.
(Just to be clear, there is nothing wrong with the power feature of the window. Motor and switch perform as expected).
There seems to be a fair amount of "play" as far as the longitudinal movement of the window is concerned.
If you grab the window when half way down, you can fairly easily move it back and forth (NOT up or down).
The problem is that sometimes the window doesn't "seal" perfectly when closed, as it is slightly tilted forwards.
Has anyone experienced this problem, and is there anything I can "tighten" to remedy this?
Since I've already dissasembled the interior panels of the door, I intend to lubricate the internals as well, so as to maximize the life span of the motor.
I've read somewhere in this forum about a product called "white lithium grease".
It is available both as a spray-on product and as traditional paste.
Which of the two forms is preferrable and where exactly should I apply it?
As far as I can make out, there is a cable and a metal bar going up and down. Any other suggestions?
Thanks is advance.