Drivers side window was frozen up when i pushed the button motor ran but window stayed up. When the ice let go the window fell into door.I was able to pull the window up and then push the button which now holds the window up
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The door trim is held on with a combination of screws and push clips Once you have the trim off you will probably find that the window motor regulator is defective. I would recommend replacing the regulator and motor as an assembly.
Are you sure of the year? Didn't think that they made a 1996 Buck rendezvous
You may have a number of problems, all can be answered by removing the door pnl and inspecting. The window may have fallen out of the track, the window motor may have fallen out of the regulator, the motor's drive system may have stripped or broken, the regulator itself may have failed or broken or the window is no longer attached to the regulator. Pull the pnl and start inspecting. Good luck!
does it click or grind when pushing window button if so the window lift track may need replaced, if there are no sounds then disconnect the wires from the lift motor and with the ignition on so power is sent to switch, push button and check wires to 12 volts dc. If no power I would replace the driver side switch after checking the wires for defects. If there is power then I would re-install wires to motor after turning off key and try button again with power on. replace motor if it doesn't work.
Take it to an auto glass shop, the window has fallen out of the track attached to the regulator. If there is no whining motor sound the regulator may have died as well and you need to look around on ebay for a replacement, Since the driver door regulator usually dies first however, I would bet on the regulator being good, window just out of track. A glass shop can fix that for you in a few hours for less than a hundred bucks. If price is not a factor then a dealer can do it for you for about 500 bucks.
your window does not ride on a track the motor has a gear that drives a mechanism up and down. it sounds like the motor came loose.
pop the door panel and remount the motor, first pull the window all the way up. hope this helps