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sounds like the window regulator. this is the cable mechanism that the motor runs to pull the window up and down. sometimes after time the cables fray and break or get tangled. need to remove inner door panel to replace, and is usually sold as a set, regulator and motor together.
Most of the time the regulator has to be replaced. if you take the door apart and take a good look at the regulator you will probably find a broken guide or fraid cable... something broken to make the cable jump off. (you may get lucky and be able to fix the old regulator...but in all the years i've been doing these i've only seen one that i was able to fix and not have to replace the regulator) Sorry I don't have a good pic of this regulator you can check with the dealer or local glass shop for an aftermarket or www.directauto.com
hope this helps
THE WINDOW MOTOR AND REGULATOR ARE NOT SERVICED SEPERATE. YOU SHOULD ONLY REPLACE AS A REGULATOR ASSEMBLY. IF IT CAME APART GOOD LUCK GETTING IT BACK TOGETHER. I'M SURE IT COULD BE DONE BUT NOT SURE IT WILL LAST LONG.