I am sure I am just paranoid, but... on Monday morning it was cold (in the upper 20's) and frosty here and I drove my new Civic sedan to work for the first time. I went to put down the driver front door window to tell my mom something as I was backing out and the window was a little frozen and when I put it down, it kinda popped loose and went down. The window is still working fine, I just wanted to see how durable the power window mechanisms are on these cars and make sure I don't cause early failure... I guess I am paranoid where its my first new car and I have been trying to baby it, lol. Do these windows typically do that on these cars? We don't get much winter weather here and not too much frost at my house, so it was surprising that it stuck like that. Also I didn't notice before, but when I put the windows up, the door panels will push out a little as the window seals, but I think this is normal. Its just the first time I had the window down and put back up in the daylight since I have owned the car. I am too paranoid aren't I? LOL. Well tonight and tomorrow is supposed to be rainy and not nearly as cold, but I am not driving it in the rain yet - will drive one of the oldies tomorrow. lol.