Re: My new sportwagon
Had this prob myself, one rear window was clicking and not moving and the other was real slow and struggling to close the last inch or so.
On some advice, I bought myself a silicon based spray lubricant and sprayed the window tracking rubbers liberally on both inside and out - then with the help of another person on the electric window switch, I aided the window motor by holding the window glass with my hands and pushing down at the same time as the switch was selected (mind you not with too much force).
Maybe I was lucky, but after a while (being careful not to overwork or burn the motor out) the window began to speed up to normal pace. Apparently the window rubbers over time stiffen up, sometimes sufficiently enough to stick the windows firm.
Only downside is it makes a bit of a temporary mess of your window glass, especially noticable in the sun (when it chooses to show itself).