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Old 05-08-2013, 07:58 AM
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Well, after over a month of flawless performance, I've encountered my first problem. I opened my rear sliding window to cool the truck interior, and I couldn't get it to close. Each time I hit the close position on the switch, the window would move a fraction of an inch. After several minutes of this, this window finally closed, but I don't think it seated properly because I could move it closed a bit more by hand.

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No problems with mine.

It works smoothly and is the perfect, low turbulence solution for evacuating a fart on the interstate.
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No problems with mine.

It works smoothly and is the perfect, low turbulence solution for evacuating a fart on the interstate.
Hey, that's why they smell in the first place, so other people can enjoy them too!
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Could be a problem with the cable that opens and closes the window
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Same issue. Had her since January and up until now it has worked flawlessly. Anyone have this addressed yet?
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it is not just happening with the latest 4th Gens,
i think every year someone brings it up

maybe a cable jumped a pulley
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So far so good here....Please keep us updated.....
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Well, after over a month of flawless performance, I've encountered my first problem. I opened my rear sliding window to cool the truck interior, and I couldn't get it to close. Each time I hit the close position on the switch, the window would move a fraction of an inch. After several minutes of this, this window finally closed, but I don't think it seated properly because I could move it closed a bit more by hand.

Anyone having this issue?
I have the same issue with my 2013 LL. It seems to happen when the rear window is facing the sun for a long time like in the parking lot. Maybe that is a false observation. I have the keep pressing the window switch repeatably to get a 1/16th of an inch until it closes all the way. I think its the switch but not sure yet. I've got the rear window problem and the problem while i am driving down the road my truck thinks i pressed the seat memory button. I'm waiting to see if anything else pops up before taking it into the dealership. Other that that all has been good. I got the lifetime warranty so I'm not in a big hurry to get it fixed, i figured i would let some folks like you mention their problem / resolution first before I went into the dealership "un-armed". Let us know if you get your fixed and what the resolution was. Thanks in advanced!
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I have the same issue with my 2013 LL. It seems to happen when the rear window is facing the sun for a long time like in the parking lot. Maybe that is a false observation. I have the keep pressing the window switch repeatably to get a 1/16th of an inch until it closes all the way. I think its the switch but not sure yet. I've got the rear window problem and the problem while i am driving down the road my truck thinks i pressed the seat memory button. I'm waiting to see if anything else pops up before taking it to the dealership. Other that that all has been good. I got the lifetime warranty so I'm not in a big hurry to get it fixed, i figured i would let some folks like you mention their problem / resolution first before I went into the dealership "un-armed". Let us know if you get your fixed and what the resolution was. Thanks in advanced!
Don't worry, most dealers as well as their mechanics don't seem too "armed" to deal with things on these trucks anyway.
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