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Power window driver side door

1995 Maxima GXE . Someone backed into my driver side door and caved it in . The exterior damage was so severe it breached the power window compartment. Now my power window motor sounds like it's running but it won't allow the window to go up or down. Need to get a worst case scenario parts replacement estimate. Worst case scenario what replacement components will I need?

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You could possibly need the harness connection but also the main window motor and maybe belt check inside door to see if you need these items if so worst case maybe $100 max

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