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Electric Passener window will not wind up properly

PASSENGER WINDOW WINDS DOWN WILL NOT WIND UP PROPRERLY. APPROX 3/4 ELEVATION A CLUNKING NOISE

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    Both my front windows its not the motor it is the cross bracket used to lift the window. this must be a design fault

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Need to change the window regulater.

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