Well, this is my first post on Mud, so here goes. I've been having the slow up and down on my windows for a while now. I had tried a lot of different things, greasing the mechanism, cleaning and silicone to the rubber, etc. Nothing seemed to work. So I decided to just go ahead and totally replace the window rubber. I ordered new weatherstripping from JC Whitney. I ordered 4 lengths of the Style 27. That is enough to do all four windows all the way around. It was just over $40 with shipping. http://www.jcwhitney.com/autoparts/...Id-100000220223/Pr-p_CATENTRY_ID:100000220223 This is how I did it. First here's a look at the windows before I started. Old junky rubber. Shrunk down with some gaps. Very hard and brittle And here's a link to a vid of the window going down then up. VERY SLOWLY!!!! http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4137309917564881508 Now here are some pics of me replacing the rubber. First is the bezel around the door handle. Next is the grab handle. Here's a quick vid of me getting the clips to come loose. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1908245471888385560 And then you take off the door panel. Just lift up a bit ot get it up over the lip. Then you can sit it on the ground. You don't have to undo the wiring, but if you want to, there is a quick connect. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4847782143138000165 Then the bolt that holds in the front slide. Once the bolt is out. You can remove the front slide. Here's a quick vid of that. Once the bolt is out, just slide it down out of the groove and it's then loose. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-93243533233422177 Then out with the old rubber. And now in with the new Here's another vid of me starting to put the rubber in the front slide. No reason to take the slide all the way out. Just pull it out to where the clip is at the top of the door. You can put the rubber in from there. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2988063719186285218 Once you have the rubber in, just reinstall everything. Just make sure the glass is seated in the slide both front and back. Also, don't forget to grease the rollers while you're there. Here are a few pics of the windows inside and out after the install. And a final video showing the window going up and down. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7549677071202585689 Still might seem a bit sluggish if you just watch this final video, but it is already almost twice as fast!!!! First video takes almost 30 seconds to go down then up. This one is right around 16 seconds. I think it will speed up a little more in a few days as the rubber gets seated better and gets a little memory to it with the glass in. All in all, it took me a little over an hour to do the front two windows.