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pull door panel of and pull the window up ask some one to help u to hold it then raise up and down your track and slide window on ,then tighten up the bolts that holds it on track but make sur before you completly tighten the bolts to c if it properly set where the door can open and shut then tighten bolts on the rail and put the door panel back on : )
if it fell out or lost its track while you were operating it the window regulator has failed. remove the door panel and replace the regulator this is the whole assembly inside the door. if your replacing the regulator and you have slid the window out to do this you need to feed in in from the top its a little tricky but it will slide back in its track dont force it so you dont shatter it. the regulator keeps it all moving at the same time when the cables stretch over time they allow the window to sag one way or another and it fall out of its track and jambs. hope this helps
I had the same problem on my 97 Ram. Take the door panel off, get some liquid nail, squirt just a little into the two clips that hold the glass. Then set the glass back into the clips and run the window up almost to the top so you can still get your fingers on top of the glass. Run it all the way back down again putting a little down pressure on it. Now run it all the way up, put the panel back on and let it sit for a few days before you roll it down again.
You have to run it up and down to make sure the clips are in the proper position, if yours is as loose as mine was it will slide around in the clips pretty easy.
Window has come off track,try to lube the track, reset the window in the track an use a apoxy glue let it sit for a few hours an it should b fine that's what I did to mine, that last snow storm we had my truck was covered,I was keying my truck warm up I went to open the window it was stuck, so I gave it a little hit an then it fell in the door an the snow came in lol, then I found out what to do I never had a prob again
sounds like this could be a problem whithe the track or it came loose from the window regulator. very easy to tell what happend. take the door pannel off and just simply look inside. if it is the part that accualy monts to the window that is your regulator. if it looks like it was glued on to the window then you can go to any part store and pick up a tube of uerothane it comjes in a caulk tube apply this to the track on the regulator and put the window back in this will take about 24 hrs to fully cure. also do not close window all the way only about half way untill fully cured or at least 5 hours
First check what caused the problem. If the window was hard to put up and down then clean the running rails either side move the window up and down with your hand to make sure it is moving freely then just glue the window back to the track with glue recomended for it
you will have to take the screws out of the panel or pull firmly to release the body fasteners once you have done this you will have access to the window you may have to move or cut the plastic away but keep it its there for a reason take the track loose by removing the screws place the window back in the track secure the track by putting the screws back and youre done.you will need a little patience though if its your first time .
The only screws holding the door panel are the ones holding the armrest in place. You may find them under the armrest. Remove them. and then using either a trim stick or a small scraper or screw driver, feel around the edges of the door panel for the clips that are holding it in. If you use a screwdriver, use a pair of them as this will give you an even pull since you will put one on each side of the clip and then pull outward. Use a moderate tug to get them loose, not pulling too hard. I prefer to work from the bottom up to the top. Once you have that loose, you will need to get hold of the glass and walk it back into the track. Probably best to have a helper to hold onto it in case you find you need a tool that is not within reach.