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There are several differant things this could be .It could that the mechianicl mechiziem the crank has jumped off the track that the window slides on . Some times this will happen if the window is down 25 %of the way at highway speeds the force of the wind will tend to bend the window out and create an issue that makes the window pop out of the track . Or the glue bond that window to the track with a plastic recerivor has broken or the glue bond failed or the bolts that hold it all together came loose or fell off . At any rate you need remove the inner door panal to see whats going on inside the door If its olny comeing down a little then its probably a loose bolt
You're looking for glass bonding - your local car accessories shop will stock a few different kinds of glass bonding glue, just ask in the shop.
Its a regular everyday thing, they'll have what you need, go to a shop you trust/like and they'll pick out a suitable product or show you what will work and let you choose.
You can try using super glue jell to glue it back together cost's a $1.00 and if you can get two ice cream sticks to go in the place where it is broken you can cut the sticks to fit and glue then on each side of the broken area on the side where you push up or down. this is a temp fix but can work if you do it right. If you can't get a ice cream stick then try to find a piece of plastic tubing and make it about 1/2 long before and after the break and then apply super glue to the plastic and slide it over the lever and push the two broken pieces together and slide the plastic tubing over it and hold it in place for a couple of minutes once it has set up for 1/2 try it to see if it works. if it holds you got it made if not the professional way is to replace the switch assembly. let me know if you need more help. I gave you the back yard way to do it but if you want to replace it post to the e-mail you get and let me know and I will give you detailed information to replace the arm. It requires three tool you may not have but can rent at most auto stores.
On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. Pull back the weather seal and you'll be able to get to everything. Either the bolts holding the outer handle on has broken or fallen out, or the handle anchor (plastic) has broken
Yes there is is you have a broken glass you can go to a local mirror shop and they can cut you a new one for about 10 bucks, then you can supergule it onto the inside fixture where the glass rests and hold it for about 4 minutes in place. Or use masking tape to hold it in postion. There are some plastics that super glue wont stick to so you may have to try 5 minute epoxy to hold it in place mix enought so that the epoxy will surrround baracket that holds the mirror.
You have to pull the interior door panel off, remove the two fastners that hold the exterior handle on....disconnect the two plastic clips for the lock rod....reinstall in reverse order.....have some metric sockets on hand and an extension.
Ford had a problem with the door handles not working properly. They are cheap plastic. If the exterior door handle is broken, you will need to drill out the rivets that hold it in, and then get the door open and the panel off. You have to disconnect the rod going to it. Then, remove the handle. If you don't want to drill again, I suggest replacing the rivets with a bolt and nut easily obtainable at your hardware store. I've found that a M7 bolt works very well. If you are having a problem with the interior door handle, it's the same problem. Remember to check your door latch because if your exterior handle is broken, then your latch isn't working properly. I got one at Ford for about 40 bucks.