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On the road issues in Oregon

Beastmodedotorg

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Good evening everyone. I’m new to the group. I am on vacation traveling from Los Angeles to brookings oregon. This morning I started my truck went to get coffee turned on my radio and noticed a loud electric noise and then my HK 19 speaker sound system started so not sound right. I figured it was my Bluetooth connection and didn’t bother to check. I then leave the store and open up my rear sliding window drive to where I’m staying and the sound system sounds terrible while using navigation and as I park I try to close the rear sliding window and it gets stuck. I kept pressing the close button and nothing. I opened it again and it went slow to open, I then went to close it it moved about 3 inches and gets stuck finally it starts to close but looks as if it pops out of place. Any ideas as to what is going on?
 

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I have that same issue on my 4th gen. What did dealership did is to put some grease on the rail...
 

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White grease to be exact..make sure its safe on rubber..come to think its look like kindda rubber silicone spray..it rejuvenate the rubbers on the rail...mybe too much dirt
 

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I have that same issue on my 4th gen. What did dealership did is to put some grease on the rail...
I thought about that, but the window seems to be off track when I went to close it I had to lift the window a bit and it freed right up. Went to open again went smooth and then the closing boom wouldn’t move more than 3 inches
 

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White grease to be exact..make sure its safe on rubber..come to think its look like kindda rubber silicone spray..it rejuvenate the rubbers on the rail...mybe too much dirt
I will try that. Thanks for the info. As for my sound it sounds like death can’t even make out what it says... sounds like those old blown out cheap 90s headphones
 

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I thought about that, but the window seems to be off track when I went to close it I had to lift the window a bit and it freed right up. Went to open again went smooth and then the closing boom wouldn’t move more than 3 inches
Yes exactly coz either the bottom or top that hesitating to slide thats why it looks like it not lined up..but once its lubed up freely then u should be ok
 

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Good evening everyone. I’m new to the group. I am on vacation traveling from Los Angeles to brookings oregon. This morning I started my truck went to get coffee turned on my radio and noticed a loud electric noise and then my HK 19 speaker sound system started so not sound right. I figured it was my Bluetooth connection and didn’t bother to check. I then leave the store and open up my rear sliding window drive to where I’m staying and the sound system sounds terrible while using navigation and as I park I try to close the rear sliding window and it gets stuck. I kept pressing the close button and nothing. I opened it again and it went slow to open, I then went to close it it moved about 3 inches and gets stuck finally it starts to close but looks as if it pops out of place. Any ideas as to what is going on?

Hi, I'm sorry to hear this. Please let me know if you plan on visiting a dealership for this concern. I would be happy to open a case for you.

Alison
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