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Driverside cable is not working,window fell down and stays down is it a faulty regulator or pulley?. Thanks for your help

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Good Evening, most cases it is a faulty window regulator, however the usual suspect (a non-replaceable part) is the little ball cups that hold the track under the window to the regulator itself. They are really not that expensive and most places like autozone carry these in stock. Hope that helps.
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