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Slowbra
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Whenever I go to use my windows, it puts a serious drain on my battery...to the point where the car won't start after I turn it off. My passenger one does a more serious strain and is also way slower to go up or down. Is this a regulator issue that replacing this will take care of? Anyone ever heard of this?
 

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well rolling up a window that kills the battery would burn up the wiring and switches in my opinion i would say battery is the problem

do a simple test with the battery fully charged by a battery charger pull the fuel pump fuse and do a cranking test it should crank for a good 15 seconds before really dropping off i have a feeling you either have a serious parasitic draw or 1-2 cells in the battery are dead
 

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Slowbra
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If that's my two options I guess I'd have the draw because the battery is good/still brand new. Not sure why my passenger window is slower than my drivers window and my passenger window is the only side to kill the battery.
 
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