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Drivers door manual window

My window is not winding up and down properly. Making poping noises when going up or down and is very stiff when cranking. window sitting slanted when closed so there are gaps in the seal. Lots of air noise coming through. I cant find a veiw of the inside door to repair the problem. Does any one got one?

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You have a bad window regulator. In order to see/fix the problem you will have to remove the inner door panel.
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