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1) remove the little plastic panel the covers the access to the outside mirror 2) remove the inside door opening handle 3) remove the window switches panel 4) disconnect all electrical contacts for #2 and #3, pull the upholstery panel, it has no screws, just self locking plugs, and careful with the door light, it has a very short cable. 5) remove the clear plastic protective sheet, very carefully, in order not to damage it, since it is attached with a reusable rubbery material. 6) determine what went wrong with the window glass guide.
Window has come off track,try to lube the track, reset the window in the track an use a apoxy glue let it sit for a few hours an it should b fine that's what I did to mine, that last snow storm we had my truck was covered,I was keying my truck warm up I went to open the window it was stuck, so I gave it a little hit an then it fell in the door an the snow came in lol, then I found out what to do I never had a prob again
The window probably fell off track. You will have to remove all the screws and window and lock controls. Then take a large flat-head screw driver and gently pry off door panel. You will then have access to window and motor.