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The driver side window to my truck will not go back up. I hear a buzzing noise when I press on the power windows but the window does not go up.

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  • Bruce Hathcock May 11, 2010

    This could be caused a different things the track may have come apart and is jammed or the track could need lubed.

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Further investigation is required, take of side panel to see what has become detached.

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