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1995 bronco rear windon won't work

The rear window will not go up or down at all. it doesn't matter if i use the key or the switch on the dash. it just stopped working one day and now i can't use the tailgate b/c the window won't go down.

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You can try replacing the switch on the dash. If its the motor you will have to climb back and take apart some of the rear door to get to the motor. Its just 3 bolts to remove it. once its out you can lower the glass and open the door so its laying flat when you install the new one.
be sure to support the glass when its laying flat and extended ...I use large cardboard boxes under the glass

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