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Window out of track

My driver's window came out of its track. I can't lift it up far enough to get it above the guide on the track to slide it back into place. How do I put it back in without doing any more damage? I have a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac... That is not an option in the drop down list...

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Cindy you will need to take the trim panel off to get back inside of the run channelthere are clips that hold the glass in the channel and one could have broken Now if you take this vehicle somewhere take it to a auto body shop/ rates sround 44 instead of mechanical rates up to 110 or more/ Please rate my reesponse thank you very much

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