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Rear window, door wont open from inside

Tried to role down the rear driver side window won't role down, sence then the door wont open from the inside?????

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I dont know if ur door is electric or manual.as for the door not opening from the inside it could be a rod has come off from the inside of the door to the handle you have to take inside door panel off and have a look.

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