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Passenger side window not working.

My passenger side window is not working. I tried to disassemble the door and fix it, but I after I take out several screws, I cannot find any other screws that can be taken out. Can anyone here show me how to disassemble the door?

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  • rghogg Apr 18, 2009

    rear driver's side window

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SHOULD BE A TOTAL OF 8 SCREWS 5 YOU CAN SEE 3 THAT ARE HIDE BEHIND COVERS, IT ALSO HAS CLIPS TO HOLD IT ON YOU PULL ON IT, IT SHOULD POP OFF,YOU LOWER WINDOW A LIITTLE TO GET PANEL OFF. YOU CAN BUY THE HOLE WINDOW REGULATOR.I BOUGHT MINE FOR $ 40.00, THE CABLE BREAKS. YOU WILL HAVE TO PULL THE HOLE WINDOW OUT ALSO I HOPE THIS HELPS

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