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Window off the track

I tried to roll the driver side window down and it was froze. how is the window held to the track

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The glass is held to the window track using glue which is available from your local dealer or you can purchase 2 part epoxy from Lowe's, that will work fine.

Posted on Feb 14, 2014

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SOURCE: 04 taurus Power Windows, passanger side goes down, not up, new mo

It is most likely the switch itself. since the down works that means that there is power going to the switch. So, the up position switch is probably worn out.

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I think that the switch itself is losing contact. By switch I mean the button you are depressing to roll up the window.

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SOURCE: rear window won't roll up/down

likely window regulator inside ..the driven part to your drive motor ...need to open up and replace inside ...good luck

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SOURCE: Windows will not operate on my 2003 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

window relay module probably went bad. theres a window relay under the dash you have power . try getting a wiring diagram mabey at an auto parts store or the library. so you can trace the problem down . short of taking the doors apart and checking the motors that drive the windows . Old fix with the old school cars bang on the doors from the inside with fist . it sometimes works the connections on the old school cars . Its stupid but it worked to get the window up .

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SOURCE: Passenger side window not rollin up properly. 2004 Mustang

i think ur window power motor need to change

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