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I have a 2000 Dodge Durango. My rear window on the drivers side has come loose and slid down inside the door. I took the door apart and found an unatached cable but I dont know where it snaps back on? Any idea?

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Sounds like the window regulator broke,u will need to replace the whole assembly,sometimes u can get them without the motor and change over the motor from your old window regulator to save a little cash

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