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2003 deville window off track how do i fix it?

I would like to know how to fix my window that has gone off track.

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From my experience, the window regulators are the problem. Need to replace them.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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Remove the door panel,to access the window regulator.
Most likely the regulator will be broken.
If you attempt to just put things back together,they will, as you say,jump off again. e.g. something is worn or broken,so look for that to be your problem

Posted on May 29, 2010

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