Question about Hyundai Sonata
Simnilar thing happened on our 2003 Sante Fe. A bolt came off the lifter that holds the glass in place. Take the door panel off (about 1/2 dozen screws - some of them under a little plastic tab for looks - just pry off the little button in the center to expose the screw) and you can probablyn see the problem or at least place the window back on the track. Once you take the panel off you will probably need to unplug some of the electrical (door lock and window conrtrols) but they will just plug back in easily when you are done.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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