Question about 1996 Honda Civic
I have this problem often. The way that I fix it is I take off the complete door panel ( disconneccting everything) and also making sure the window is down all the way. The track that the window is on has screws and bolts that are on the bottom left and right. Usually I undo the right side ( towards the front of the vehicle) and I put the window on track. Once on track, I also make sure that the ball and socket joint is properly in place because when this pops out, it cause the window to be knocked off track. This joint connected to the bottom of the window acts as like a scissor effect to make the window go up and down... take a look around and I hope this helps anyone.... and just don't roll your window down ALL THE WAY anymore.... a small sacrifice just as a precaution
Posted on May 02, 2009
YOU HAVE A BAD WINDOW REGULATOR WHEN YOU ROLL IT DOWN IT COMES OFF TRACK SO WHEN YOU ROLL IT UP YOU RUN INTO THIS ISSUE
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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