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Back right passenger window not functioning on 2004 Honda Pilot. Heard a cracking sound while driving the yesterday. Spouse rolled window down, then cannot roll up. Manually pushed window up, but it slightly dropped a bit.

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  • Raymond A. Yoder Sr. Jul 05, 2010

    HI, are thay power or crank?Thank You iluv2fish.....Ray.......



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Sounds like a plastic part broke in the regulator.
Get one from a junkyard and have it installed at a body shop.

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