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Before attempting to fit I would ensure the supplier has provided you with the correct part.. I am not familiar with that vehicle but if the part is so radically different from the part removed I would be concerned.
Presumably the parts person went through the schematics of the vehicle when ordering?
Or your window actuator may have a lock up issue/shot. Very common in late model fors cars. Fairly easy fix if you have a set of basic tools a manual for your stang and lastly a replacement part. Try rockauto.com not too expensive there last time I replaced mine in 2006. Was the window having issues prior to it happening or was this issue a sudden thing?
mine was doing this as well and at advanced auto parts they did not sell just the clips needed to fix it, we had to buy the whole new track which ran around 100 bucks and came with directions to replace it.
Remove door panels inspect for broken parts laying in bottom of door.Somtimes because of ice they can pop off track.If this is the case just put back in track and your good.If there are any broken pieces in door you will need to replace broken parts before windows will work.
you should check the fuses first, then ensure power to the motor in the passenger side if no power check the switches for the power windows. Also it is common for window motors/ regulators to fail and have to be replaced. If the driver's one is running slowly remove door panel and lubricate the cables and tracks with some rust check or wd 40 etc, etc... and silicone lube on the guide tracks at either end of the window. hope this helps
On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge.