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My rear window will not come back up.

I am about positive that the lift motor is broken because all the other windows work fine and the wire connection is good (I can hear it). Before I get the part to fix the problem is there a way to manually get the window to close.

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Well u can try taking the inside panel off pushing the button to raise the window while pulling the window up manually,the track should come up,if not u should be able to lift everything together.the gears might be worn,or weak motor.just a suggestion

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