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Stuck rear window

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a 1997 Isuzu Rodeo, with a grinding sound coming from the left rear window when I try to move it up/down. Research indicates that it' probably the motor/regulator. Could it be anything else?

I'd like to take a look at the mechanism, but I don't know how to remove the door panel. If someone could provide docs/diagrams/pointers, I'd appreciate it.

If it's the motor/regulator, I local replacement depot has the part for ~$85 but it'll be a few days.

Also, if i can get the door panel open, is there a way to "push" the window back into the close position. It's currently an inch or so open.

Thanks

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To remove the door panel there will be 2-5 screw bolts in places like the door handle and behind switch and handle panels. Remove them then teh panel will either lift straight up or pop out if it is held with panel plugs then use a flat pry tool to pop them out.

It does sound like the regulator which is cable driven and will by basiclly held on the glass and the door with bolts. You will need to move the old motor to the new part.

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