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You need to first remove the door upholstery..
look in the door now and you will notice a metal latch that the holds the glass in place. Loosen it, (dont remove the glass from it only loosen it.)
hold the glass and guide it down as you lower the window. slide it back into place.
send it back up holding the glass in place, Not all the way up just enough to reach the bolts. Tighten it up. and mount your door back up.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look at the car manual under maintenance and then rear light bulb replacement. First take out the two hole covers using a flat head to loosen then wiggle and turn by hand to get out. Pull the light unit straight back, and unplug the electrical. Don't break anything.
Then use a star driver (check your misc socket set drivers for the right size). Unscrew the two star head screws and pull this bulb holder straight off the tail light (same direction as screws). Replace the bulb and put back together in reverse.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 Jeep, Window is off track!
Ahhhh....had the same problem. This was a challange for me. I discovered that an ancher on the window where the cable connects had broken of. I was going to buy and new assembly but it was a 170 bucks. So I took the window out...there is a pin that holds the window to the assembly, once you remove the pin the window slide out the top and the assembly can slide through the door opening. I cleaned the broken piece of plastic that the cable was attached to and used (very important) JB weld. It's a bonding product you can get at any auto store. I glued the piece together and covered it like it was frosting (it sets fast) and put the whole thing together again. This was a year ago and it still works. 6 buck but there was a bit of a learning curve. It works though!
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
if the window is off track the regulator is probably bad. to remove the door panel should be a couple of screws by the inside pull handle and possibly one by the door handle itself also check the bottom of the door for any then just pull it off and lift up to clear latches and remove plastic film to get to inside of the door
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
In the fuse box, under the hood on the drivers side. There is a detailed map of what fuses do what on the inside of the box cover.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
I take it must be a convertible? Open the roof and remove the rear seat pad and back rest. You'll see the rear quarter panel trim is one piece plastic! Remove the screws holding it in place and lift it up and lay it aside with the seatbelt extended. Unbolt, unplug and remove the speaker. There are 4 bolts that hold in the rear window lifter assembly, loosen the bolts and lift out the entire assembly and then correct the window problem! I advise you though to take it to a dealer as it is a very complicated operation that requires correct adjustments of the lifter assembly because the adjustments will definitely be out for the window to come off its position!!
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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