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My window on the drivers side comes off track

Everytime i put the window down it comes off track, and everytime i put it up i have to hold it with my hand to get it to fit in the right way

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Sounds to me that the regulator is either wore out or bent. i would say its wore out. either or, to know for sure whats up, door panel will have to come off to see what is going on.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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