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Passenger side pwr window wont work

I have an audi a6 98 model and i hit a bump last night and all of a sudden now the pwr window wont work.. the motor is still workin but the window wont move.. is there somethin that could come loose that i could look for?? thanx Tim

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Remove the inner door panel and inspect it is the window up enough to grab it and help it up 1 st they now come with plastic guides and even wear out

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