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Re: I need to replace the rear driver side window...the...
Remove the interior cover of your rear door. you will find this small metal post with size 10 bolts holding your glass. take out the bolts and loosen it to insert your new glass. if some door mechanism gets in your way, loosen it a little to give you space. its a bit tight there.
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Thanks for the info, I think I can help. Roll the window down until it tilts forward just a little. Once the glass has tilted forward, do you see a tiny hole in the rear upper corner of the glass? I think your model has a small piece of plastic that hooks into that hole and rides up and down the vertical window track to hold the glass straight.
Check your switch at the front of the door frame for sticking It is a little button that may be stuck, and not switching on when you open the door. The rear window may need a new window regulator--the device that runs the window up and down
The module is located behind the drivers side rear wheel "interior" panel cover. Not likely that the module is at fault. There is a small plastic ring that fits around a little metal stud on the electrical plate located on the transfer case side of that little motor that you replaced. If that little plastic ring is missing or smashed then that electrical plate rotates just a little too far and then it no longer touches where it should. Its like the power comes on when you first replace it but never again after that. Take that little motor off again and make sure that plastic ring is intact.
Should be two on your car. One at the firewall, driver's side where the hose heads downward. IT's a tiny little filter.
Second filter is located in front of the rear wheel, underneath, on the driver's side as well. Little bigger, sitting in a metal can that's bolted to the underbody. About the size of an old snuff jar from the 1900s.
normally you have to loosen the track and it comes out as one whole assembly stop by a dealer in the parts department and ask them to print out a diagram or show them the part you are having the problem with