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First, you have to remove the internal door upholstery or siding. Then you can access the window riser mechanism. From there, you can remove it but you need to make some maneuvers. Your best bet is to have a auto glass shop replace them for you. But if you are a DIY, you may try it yourself.
crew cab,use a 50 torx in front bolts ,15mm on a ratchet on back bolts slide seat belt buckles throu seat crack ,fold rear of seat down ,lay seat with hinge toward floor slide out door (note watch brackets ,will scratch door pannals)
Does the red break light come on the dash like when the park break is applied?
If so the check your proportioning valve if the truck has an abs system then the valve will be called a rabs valve.( located on the frame rail under the driver side seat) Check the break lines on the front calipers to see if they are damaged they may have been pinched so bad that they will not release. Also check to see If the master cylinder was changed , if the break lines were connected to the master cylinder incorrectly or the wrong master cylinder was installed the breaks will apply themselves…please rate this if it helped thx…