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My driver's window came out of its track. I can't seem to lift the window high enough to clear the track bracket to get it back into place. How do I fix it without doing more damage? I have a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

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Tak the dorr trim panel off and scheck wher the run track is for bottom of the dood aand the side run one side may be loose that why its doing this/ Please rrate my response thank you very much

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