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Old 03-18-2010, 07:12 PM   #1
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My driver side window fell off track, Nothing happens when i try to roll it up but when i push the down button it clicks, like the motor still works. I pulled the door panel and i can see the two bottom tracks off. i can slide it back and forth but i cant even force the window up....Please help.
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Pull the door panel off, and the two black trim pieces on the base of the window... get 1/4 in rivents, and a rivet gun, take window out... put back on track and back in car... rivet in place
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Im posting this for anyone in the future. After searching through threads online....

Try This,

Bang the Door panel Fonz style to make the window come up

Slam the Door to make the window come up

Hold the Up position and slam the Door.

Truly Amazing YES THIS WORKED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wouldnt do anything going up, just clicked when i held down, Im still in Shock that this actually worked
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Sounds like the motor stuck, and it was still on track... Yes slamming the door works if the motor has a dead spot
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