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The window regulator is the mechanizm that attaches to the door and the window glass and causes the window glass to move up and down. This mechanism includes the window lift motor and the track for the cable and the glass lifting plate. The window regulator in your Jeep Liberty looks like the picture below.
You would be better off replacing your regulator. You should be able to purchase one without the motor. It jumped off the track for some reason. Your cable is stretched now (more than likely) and this will cause you further problems down the road. After you replace the regulator, be sure to lubricate the window guides with SILICON WD-40, not regular WD-40. Use it liberally and cycle the window up and down numerous times then let it dry.
There is a nylon peg that holds the window to the regulator.You need to use a 1/8 in.pin punch to remove the peg.But you have to get the window up far enough where the peg lines up with the hole in the regulator.You will have to replace the regulator.If you put the cable back on it will just fall back off.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Most likely the metal wire that is bunched up is the cable that pulls the window up or down. I know on other ford products that there are no parts to repair the window regulator and the fix is to replace the whole window regulator. Some window regulators come with the motor, others do not.