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I'm assuming it's not power window's,you will have to remove to window crank and the door opening latch,on the window crank,there's a clip embedded into crank,you can push door panel in at crank and use a flat head screw driver to push clip off,door handle has to come off,arm rest if you have one,,there are clips holding the panel to door,you can also use a flat head to put in between panel and door and pop loose,you may have to replace clips.After you get panel off ,you will see why the glass won't come up,may be off track.
more than likely one of the switches are bad (down side of switch works but up side of switch dont) being as the switches are wired together if one goes bad other one won't work either take the switch out one of back doors should be same as front passenger door put rear switch in front passenger door if works then u know front door switch is bad if it doesn't then drivers door switch is bad u replaced window regulator Did that come with motor too??? if not check to see if motor is good there is two wires going to motor cut isolation back on wires and using some jumper wires attach one wire to positive terminal of a 12 volt battery attach other wire to negative terminal of battery window should move up or down reverse connections and window should move other way
dont know if you recd my previous so again...unlock/hold over windows go down,lock/hold over windows go up/sunroof closes.(alarm/immobiliser resets)....key stuck in lock, pull hard when upright,moving the key up/down when pulling, should do it.also bootlid lock two positions,turn left,then release or turn right and release,see what happens......(boot isolation from the central locking)
Pull the door apart, you may be able to fix it from the back side, just be sure to label or somehow keep track of all parts and where they go. Also go to your auto parts store and buy a repair manual for your vehicle there will be a section in there for that.
Pull out window crank and door handle, remove panel, remove plastic Nylon that's between metal and panel, crank the window down enough to see the arm and the part that connects with glass. Make sure the metal part inside the door that comes from an arm and attaches to glass is clean, from broken glass and the gap that attaches to window is clean,bend the new glass to make it fit inside the opening slide down the new glass from the top using opening guides, grave it from both sides standing in between and make land on top center of the part that graves the glass, put automotive glass silicone on center of that part,just at where graves the glass, let dry, put the plastic back the door panel the window crank with the "U" shaped lock washer and the door handle, I hope I was clear
ther is a green light and two button on the side of the drivers side door, these buttons control the window side mirror and seat memory. if you read the owners manual it will tell you how to set etch one. did you know that if you set the little buttons on the door right, when you put the car in reverse the side mirrors will look down so you can see the curb when parking the return to same position when you put it back in drive.
If it is a power window you will need to get a new motor for it.If its' a manual window crank it's just off the track you just gotta pull the door panel off to put it back on track you might have to go to a junk yard to get the parts to put it back on track.