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Driver window off track,went to roll window down and window fell inside of door.Window crank turns freely.

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    gearyster Mar 10, 2013

    Anyone know where to get a replacement plastic track? mine is cracked.

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Remove door panel, If you are mechanically inclined you can figure out how to connect the regulator (operating assembly) back to the window by removing mounting bolts of assembly and pivoting. Something came loose or broke, window guides are worn (plastic parts), or assembly is way out of alignment for window to fall off track....

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