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you can sometimes get it back in by lowering the window all the way down, pry or hold open the felt seals on the door, and look into the door with a flashlight, you might be able to get it back in track by moving the window back and forth (be carefull not to strain glass or it will shatter).. may have to remove door panel to put glass back on track.
take off inside panel roll down window while you hold window with hand if you look on bottom rail you will see a plastic piece that holds window on bottom rail that broken part will let your window move off bottom rail that lifts window thus it will come off track its a cheap part that you can buy and fix your window
take the door panel off... put the window in down position... now you should be able to work the window up with your hands and you will be able to see inside the door where the tracks are and where the window needs to go... just line it up in the tracks and let it come down into place... you will need some good adhesive or silicon in the bottom track which holds the window in place and keeps it from being able to get out of the tracks ...put the adhesive in the bottom track before you push the window all the way down into the bottom track... roll up the window all the way but do not roll it down again until the adhesive has had time to dry fully... replace door panel
I had the same problem with our 2004 RSX. First the driver's side window now the passenger side. They tried to glue the window back twice (driver's side) and ended up having to replace the window and tabs. Now the passenger side did the same thing. My wife put up the window and it kept going, coming out of the track. I'm assuming the window will have to be replaced. Waiting for Acura's ruling. Must be a flaw in the tabs/glue...should have been a recall.
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
you must pull door panel off (you can find the tool at any parts deals) then lift the window up with hands only it is hard but can be done get some one to hold the window glass up and check to see if any parts have fall if so put back on or replace. if not missing clean track and crank up to glass and line up. wind up and down to make sure it stay and then re-place door panel. hope this works it did for me on my 95 contour
Could be the tracks have slipped so the window isn't guided well any more or they stick in one track and get cocked as they move up and down. You can try lubricating the window tracks with Armor All (use a Q-tip). It might be necessary to remove the interior door panel to make sure the window tracks aren't loose. There is screw at the bottom of each track that allows some adjustment. If you go to this extent, it might be worth it to remove the glass (just two screws hold it to the regulator mechanism), clean the edges and lubricate the whole length of the track.
if the motor is working fine and i could be some rivits missing that hold your track up and in place for the window to operated properly check that see if there is any broken pieces lying in the bottom of your door.