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Re: window came off track nad wont roll up
You will have to remove the door panel and try to lift the window back up, have a look while holding the window up and see if the bolt/rivet holding the window onto the motor has just come loose or broke. Its quite possible its still bolted up to the assembly but the regulator has broken resulting in the window motor not being able to raise/lower window.
The regulators breaking are a common problem they have plastic usually that wears after so long.
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The door trim is held on with a combination of screws and push clips Once you have the trim off you will probably find that the window motor regulator is defective. I would recommend replacing the regulator and motor as an assembly.
Are you sure of the year? Didn't think that they made a 1996 Buck rendezvous
Electric or manual? If you hear the motor (electric) running or you can feel the mechanism working (manual) when you try to roll it down then the window is most likely stuck to the weather stripping and has come out of the track inside the door. If it is electric and you hear nothing then start with the fuse.
the window is off of the track, or the arm broke. you can try to do it yourself. pull the door panel off (may be some bolts near the arm rest and handle, but the rest are clips). from there, you should be able to see if it's on the track or not, and the condition of the arm. if the arm is broken, you might want to take it in.
Remove inner door trim panel. Remove plastic insulation. Wedge or duct tape your window. So when you separate the window and its tracks, It wont slide down and break. Remove window regulator and tracks then start separating the window motor from the tracks. Test for power and ground first and the connector and the switch. Before you condemn the motor.
actually you have thought of all but the prob. The track has jumped, making the motor not move the window. Sometimes you can gently slide the window up by hand and then the motor will catch the track and finish rolling the window up
When the window falls down it is because the cable for the regulator and motor broke. The only fix is a new regulator/motor assembly from the dealership, or a good one from the junk yard if you can find one.