2012 Coupe Window Operation in winter

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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS General Discussion Discussion, 2012 Coupe Window Operation in winter in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; Just wondered if anyone ever had experiences in the winter when its cold in the AM and it rained overnight ...
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    2012 Coupe Window Operation in winter

    Just wondered if anyone ever had experiences in the winter when its cold in the AM and it rained overnight and then opened their door to get in. As we know, the window lowers slightly when opening the door. This morning I could hear that the window was slightly stuck but the weater was not severe enough to cause any issue. Normally my car would be in the garage but if left outside and there was a big swing in temps to cause this condition - whether anyone had problems with the window opening and then closing back up in the AM after raining. With any car you have to be careful during the winter when windows can easily get stuck after rain/snow the night before.

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    That's a good point. At least we have the option to remote start and warm it up before entering the vehicle. The problem with that, we forget and or are running late and don't have the time.

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