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How do you know you need a regulator? Sometimes the window will pull out of the track and fall down in the door. Spread the door slot with a screw driver just enough to see down inside the door Take a bright light and carefully operate the window up and down..CAREFULLY remember if the door is off track, the track still will move up and down and could wedge and break or scratch the glass...if it isn't off the track or is..the inside door cover must be removed..to get at the mechanism...it can be done by a DYS ER but will,take some time and understanding of the system ..then some professional type adhesive to keep on track ..you can find a window place for that... Good luck
check window regulator in door and you will find answer. It probably came apart in some way either window came out of track or one bolt fell loose causing a jam or tooth missing off crank assembly hope this helps
you have to remove the door panel..unbolt the tracking from inside the door..slide the windows back inside the track rails....push window all the way up..tape the window so that id does not fall back down or have someone hold window up while you rebolt the track to the door.replace door panel....the tracks move over time and that it why the window fell.
Do you hear a clicking noise as if the motor is trying or no sound at all? If you hear a clicking or humming noise it is likely the track has come loose. The track is scissor like and what the window sits in inside the door. Sometimes they can derail. If you DONT hear any clicking or humming it is likely that your window motor has burnt out on that side. A common occurrence with heavy use or low power conditions. The window motor for your vehicle can be found at partsgeek it is a relatively easy fix if you are handy with tools and patient. About a 2 hour fix on weekend, but requires removing door panel interior and removal of motor
All its done its just come off its tracks so remove the door insert carefully place the window back on the track and tighten it up using basic tools and no the door insert/panel can come off even if the window is all the way up. Hope this helps.