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Hi guys - its been a few months, but I'm having another issue that to me, seems odd, and I'm wondering if anyone has experienced this? I've got an 02 Deville, and the driver's side, front window goes down fine, but when I try to raise the window, it goes VERY slowly for 5 or 6 seconds, and then speeds up to normal speed. I obviously assumed that the motor was getting tired and that it was straining when the most torque was needed, however we've had some rain over the past week, and I've noticed that the window raises at normal speed whenever it rains. As soon as it dries up, it goes back to creeping its way up, and when it again rains, it again works fine. I then thought that maybe the seals were too tight or something, and tried holding back the weather-strips to see if the window would raise normally, but no, it wouldn't. Is there any reason that a motor would work properly when its raining out?? Thanks