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Re: ford focus rear window mechanism
Well, as outlined in the repair manual, both the door glass and the motorized quarter glass have hinges that are bolted to the body. Neither glass should "fall out". Sounds to me like the hinges are no longer securely attached to the glass. Take it to a glass shop or body shop to have it properly repaired.
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You can probably fix this yourself pretty easy. Unscrew & take out the inside doorcard; make sure you don't forget a screw (they're at the outer but probably also near/behind the plastic door-handle). Afterwards you can probably see the window being disconnected from the metal retainer. Just put in back in thoroughly and try to open and close the window before reconnecting the doorcard again.
Please be careful when undoing the doorcard, if it's still stuck, you've probably still overlooked a screw (or pin/retainer) ... If you can screw together a bookshelf, you can also do this yourself :)
Good luck !
PS: Otherwise take it to a friendly mechanic or shop, it shouldn't be expensive to have it fixed ... (as long as the window isn't damaged).
I presume there is a slippage in the drive of the window winder. Open carefully the window flaps, first of all look carefully as you press for the motor to function. when the grinding noise come on, slowly life up the base of the glass support to see if it is holding. If this works open out the mechanism, check the cords/ reel/ gear for fault and replace. Hope you get this right. Try with patience / caution. Hope my advice works . Good day
You can replace the fuel pump. The pump itself is about $130-$155. The fuel pump should be accessible by going under the rear seats in your car. If you cannot access the pump under the rear seats you would need to drop the tank. Prior to opening the access door make sure you unscrew the gas cap. I will put more detailed instructions tomorrow after confirming the location of the fuel pump.
If you search Google for Ford Focus Window Regulator replacement, you should find a great deal of information. The front doors are different from the rear (sedan, station wagon) doors. I've replaced the rear window regulator and it wasn't hard but the front window regulator is very different from the rear regulator.