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Driver side window inching up to close and completely stuck now

Have a toyota sienna 2000 van. The driver side and passenger side windows wont close, once rolled when the weather was hot (last summer). Then it got worse and worse. Now, it wont even inch up to close (driver side). The dealer wants $500 to fix it. I see someone talked about replacing the motor. ANY CLUE how to do that?

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Just remove the door panel its pretty simple once you are in door panel you will see the motor.the door panel is held on by either screws or plastic push ins..there little plastiv pins that expand after they are in hole

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