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Motor still works but window doesnt move.. is there a plastic regulator tape ? heard a snapping/cracking noise when i tried to roll window down.. took iinterior skiin off door and a few plastic pieces fell out

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It does exist and you can get it at almost any auto parts store in the section with spare parts that say "help" on them.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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