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Hello Fello Mopar Mavens,

I recently picked up a 8000 mile 2010 Challenger SRT.

It was cared for very well and is in almost perfect condition.

One problem I am having is with the windows going up.

They are very slow, but go down just fine.

I'm I looking at a lubrication issue, or ????

Both windows do the same, so slow they almost stop on the way up. They go back down as they should.

Before I tear into the door panels I thought I would ask.

Thanks for your time,

Varooom
 

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Hello Fello Mopar Mavens,



I recently picked up a 8000 mile 2010 Challenger SRT.



It was cared for very well and is in almost perfect condition.



One problem I am having is with the windows going up.



They are very slow, but go down just fine.



I'm I looking at a lubrication issue, or ????



Both windows do the same, so slow they almost stop on the way up. They go back down as they should.



Before I tear into the door panels I thought I would ask.



Thanks for your time,



Varooom


If it's a lubrication issue try some silicone spray. Works nice and does not leave a mess


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All three of my Challengers windows are/were slow to go up....nothing wrong probably imo....Tint usually helps as tad as it is smoother than the glass.
 

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My 2015 does this too. I've ignored it simply because it works and never got worse. I'm going on 3 years now without any change in the condition.
 

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You can buy some dry lube aerosol spray and do the channels. Enjoy the new car.
 
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