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I was wondering if anyone was having a similar issue with frozen driver and passenger side windows due to frigid temps even after a 20 minute warmup with the heat on. I can hear the motor trying to open the window but it just doesn't
It's happened 3 times in the past month.
They eventually free up but its pain in the butt when you need to show your badge to base security.
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Aye this has happened to me too.
That silicone spray, can be found at local car stores?
Sure, it should be easy to find at any auto parts or hardware store...it's quite common and otherwise useful around the house.
In addition to the window weatherstripping, a bit on the door weatherstripping can help if your doors tend to stick shut when icy. For the door weatherstrip, I'll just spray some on a rag and do a wipe around the perimeter.
Another great use is to spray your snow shovel and the chute of your snowblower with it--that sticky wet snow won't stick as badly.
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