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Rear window wont come back up.

I put thr rear window down and it stayed down! I can hear the motor run inside the door but the window doesent move. The switch works the motor in both directions as I can hear it. How do I fix it myself and how do I remove the door trim to get to the glass inside the door? Thanks T.M.

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2 screws on door pull and door clips around outside edge of door panel pop out with flat screwdriver then remove panel some motors you can replace just the plastic gears oriellys parts stores carry them obout 15 bucks good luck

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