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Right rear passenger window fell into door

I also had the window fall into the door. I took apart the panel and found the white plastic support piece broken holding the window onto the guide rail. I just called Jeep, and they said a whole new regulator, $111.00 AND window $116.00 is needed because of production changes and my old window won't work...What a bunch of B.S. I also found the worm drive cable(located in a white tube from the motor) floating around in the door. Apparently, it extends up into the frame when powering the window up and down. I couldn't see any other home for it.

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It needs a regulator. I work for jeep and I know that they say you have to buy the window to. That is **** that is for warenty purpose only. Tell those morons at the dealer you want the original regultator not the one new style that u need to replace the regulator to. when you install it lubricate the window guides. Hope this helps. please rate it.

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Chrysler is notorius for this kind of thing. I work at a parts store that sells Delco and Motorcraft. Most chrysler parts are dealer only, sorry.

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