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Drivers side window

My drivers side window will not go up. Someone mentioned the window regulator. Is this differcult to replace?
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  • bobeal Oct 04, 2008

    Switch is not in locked position. All other windows operate normally.

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Lets try the simplist possible thing first. Is the window lock (child safety feature) button pressed in? It located there on the drivers door with all the other windows switches). If it is then all windows will be locked in their current location.

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