Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. When I get back from Korea I will clean things up inside the door and try RD's helpers. I think that will get-r-done.
In addition to cleaning and re-lubing the tracks, you should clean the wiring contacts and the switch contacts. You'll find a thread in the archives on how to clean the switches. An important thing slowing down the windows is corrosion that adds resistance so the motors don't get enough amps so they slow down. From what I read, Rodney's thing adds a little more power to the circuit to overcome corrosion in the circuit (?) but i don't know; i just cleaned and lubed mine
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With a new motor & clean tracks the fiero windows will go up in 4 to 5 seconds cleaning the tracks was critical. take the time to get ALL the old dirty grease off ..it will pay a dividend in speed . lubriplate grease is best ,but most forum members will use the grease they have on hand.I did. a thorough cleaning,then grease made my windows go up & down in 5 seconds do not forget to clean the balls out with something like brake cleaner & lube the balls ,this made a real difference on my Fiero /Lotus rebody