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I have a 2000 honda accord and the front drivers side window just fell down. I took the panel off and from what I see I assume the regulator is broken and there is a plastic part that the regulator cable is suppost to go over that looks like it was worn from the cable going over. Is this plastic part the cable travels over a seperate item or included in the regulator part?

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It should be all one piece when you get a new regulator

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