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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My 1989 Bronco II driver
The gears are either misaligned or stripped. I really doubt they ate stripped. Getting the door panel off is a pain, but you will figure it out. I'm not talking about your model specifically, but typically you will have to remove 2 to 3 screws in the arm rest. And one screw in the hollow under the door handle. After that, the door should only be held on by christmass tree fasteners. Which are just plastic cone shaped fasteners that snap into a hole in the sheet metal. Try to be as close to the fasteners as possible while popping them out, so you don't tear them off the door skin. There is a tool made for this that I am sure you could borrow from autozone. It's a trim removal tool. The large gear that pushes your window up is most likely just out of place. Be careful. And make sure the battery is disconnected before you put your fingers in harms way.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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