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I have a 1998 year Lincoln Continental my passenger rear window all of a sudden stop working the window will not go up or down from either window switches just here a click sound, all other windows are working normally. I'm not sure where the issue is, in addition the rear passenger window was about one inche down before giving out is there a way to roll this window up manually before I can get it fixed.

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Sounds like a bad window motor or corrosion on a connector...sometimes its possible to place both hands on the glass inside and out and force window up a little more

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