Question about 2008 Hyundai Sonata
Getting it back on track isn't as important as discovering and rectifying the reason it came of in the first place. Often it means removing the window, the tracks and winding gear and refitting with appropriate and copious amounts of lubrication, dabs of adhesive and correct adjustment.
Posted on Dec 22, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the upholster on the door panel. then, loosen the bolt of the window mechanism..and also the bolt of the track of the window, so you can put the window back on its track. then, you can stabilize it by looking for the right adjustment of the mechanism.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: rear passenger window off track
You have to carefully remove the panel. They are all "snapped" into place. If you have not done this before, it's hard to describe. You may have to remove a lever, I have never done the back panels, just the front ones, but it was not too bad. Use a medium sized screw drive and take your time.
Odds are there is a green / yellow plastic part that has failed. This usually happens on the front ones, but I guess it could on the back ones. This plastic part fails that holds the window in the runners.
Once the panel is off this is easy to fix. You will have to get the part at a dealer and the put back on. There is a metal retaining pin you will have to deal with.
When testing, please be very careful putting the window all the way up. It is amazing how easy it is to break a window if it is not lined up correctly. My friend broke two trying to fix one of his cars (not a Saab).
I have had to fix a front in my wife's 2001 replacing the plastic part.
This is a known issue
Posted on May 24, 2009
Problem is in the door and with the window regulators. Auto glass repair shop is recommended.. The glas may come loose from the regulator requiring some minor repairs to regulator.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
dear friend-this is a tricky one but it works,roll the window down.remove the outside strip.push the widow aside and look inside for the door lock,take a piece of wire and make a hook on one,use the hook to unlock vehicle.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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