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1999 toyota vienta drivers side rear electric window not working

1999 toyota vienta drivers side rear electric window will not go up or down. I can hear the motor working, but its just making a klicking noise and the window doesn't move up or down. The glass is loose and i pulled it up phisically and taped it in place to keep it closed.
Can you advise what may be the problem?

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You need to replace the window regulator assembly.
The cables that run the glass up and down have broken inside the regulator.

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