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Does anyone have a problem with their driver side window freezing up during the winter? Mine freezes up constantly. It only seems to be that particular window doing it. Maybe I blow too much hot air and it freezes...Anyone?
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For those of us from the sunny ( and much warmer ) Okanagan that is a very silly question. However as a former Northern Albertan I can advise that a frozen driver side window is not uncommon. I usually found that it would thaw itself out in about half an hour of running, or just about when you arrived where you were going.
Similar problems here, but I have found that if after washing you hand dry the window gasket (rubber) the the window edge, much less likely. the other thing I do is wipe the gasket with a silicone lubricant which helps a bunch too.
2008 MegaCab 3500 Laramie Auto, Not STOCK Anymore.......
Someone told me a long time ago to get some motor oil and just wet the door seals, I would think just enough to cover them good but not to have them be dripping, unless you want oil down the window. Never tried it but I would think it would work.
1990 F250 7.3 IDI NA auto 4x4 250k
1997 2500 12V Cummins 5spd 2wd 322k miles #100 plate, SB Con O, 26.6MPG-55mph
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