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Several bolts broke off the power window(drivers side)regulator & I can't figure out how to reattach

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This is common,the motor should be facing toward the front of the door,and the holes will only line up one way,disconnect glass from regulator this will make it easier to line up,you may need washers if holes are damaged.

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