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530t window modules making windows slow?


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f550maranello2 
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Posted: August 01, 2006 at 6:50 PM / IP Logged  

I have a 97 maxima and  the viper 791 and two 530t window control modules... now iv had this for about a year now.. what i have noticed that the windows are getting a bit slow... i have oiled the track and they have a hard time going back up... is this normal.. i have a positive directly connected to the batttery for both modules...

what can be causing this?

JWorm 
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Check the grounds for the 530T's. They may have become loose or corroded. Also, make sure it is grounded in the car, and not in the door.
benmunger 
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JWorm wrote:
Check the grounds for the 530T's. They may have become loose or corroded. Also, make sure it is grounded in the car, and not in the door.

i find that this also happens to me as well.  Ive added the 530t to Three of my cars and the windows never go up as fast as they did when it was stock.

f550maranello2, did checking the ground help any.... ?


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