Not much you can do if you have to park it outside overnight or at work. We used to try just about everything here in the burbs of Burrrfalo when I mangaged a fleet of many makes and models. The cheapest and equally effective was spray bottles of the -20 windshield anti- freeze solution-what ever make and interior heat. If you keep it inside at room temperature, by the door, it works a little faster. Won't mess up the paint or leave a mess on the window.rollaball said:Well freezing temperatures are here again in the great Midwest. My driver side window has frozen shut three times in the last two weeks. After running the car for 10 to 20 with heat on of course and slamming the door few times it thaws out and the window opens.
Has anybody had the same problem out there? Do guys have any ideas what I could do to get the moisture out of the molding of window so it won’t freeze shut?
Pleeeeeeeease don't slamma da doors, itsa notta a good ting to do :thumbdown: