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Power window for elantra

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The back windows wont work. The motor on both seems to work, i hear them try to go up and down but nothing happens. I removed the panels and notice a lose wire. Like a tense wire..gray, i hope you know what i mean. Anyways, is lose. I dont know where it goes, Is it easy to put on? will this solve the problem of my windows?

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Hello, I see you are having a problem rolling your back windows up or down.The wire you are speaking of is actually a cable. Once it comes or becomes loose there is no repairing the window regulators.These regulators are unrepairable. You are very lucky if your windows are staying up because when they usually break your window will fall. Thank you

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