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Problem with toyota sequoia front window staying up.

The window regulator was replaced. after that the window goes up but come down 1/3 OF THE WAY. I HAVE BEEN TOLD THERE IS A WAY TO FIX THIS BUT I NEED THE DEATILS.

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Yes it needs to be taken apart and the regulator needs to be set at zero and the window all the way to the top, you can loosen the bolts to pry the gear away from the track and force it all the way to the top then bolt it back together. it was not puttogether in the frist place and if a mechanic did it take it back and get it done for free, there should be a warrenty on it.

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