You need a new window regulator. Make sure after the replacement you need to put silicone lube on the tracks in front and rear of the window. This will keep it from going bad again. Lube the other window that you don't want to replace the regulator in.
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Doesn't have a resistor. It has a blower motor control processor. When they go bad, the blower motor defaults to always on (go figure that logic). Pull the AUX blower motor fuse until you can get a replacement. The processor is located back by the rear blower motor. Blower motor wont shut off Ricks Free Auto Repair Advice
NEED TWO PEOPLE, USE PIANO WIRE GUITAR STRING OR SIMULER WIRE, FROM OUT SIDE PUSH WIRE THROUGH WINDOW SEAL TO INSIDE EACH PERSON PULL WIRE AROUND WINDOW CUTTING SEAL, THEN LIFT OUT WINDOW, SCRAPE OUT OLD SEAL , REPLACE WITH NEW SEAL AND INSTALL WINDOW!
listen to tell if the motor is turning. some times the fastener comes loose on the arm and can be tightened, but you must first get the motor in the rest position. if the motor is not working, check the appropriate fuse. if ok, you'll need to remove the panel on the inside of the hatch. this should give you access to the motor. unplug, and test for power and ground with key on and engine off. operate the switch while checking with a 12 volt test light. connect test light to ground to check for power, and to power to check for ground. if ok try tapping on motor. sometimes this will make it work, but only on a temporary basis. motor replacement will be obvios when you see how it' smounted under the panel.
check out its power supply points. some time whe too much get into it the motor of it get fired up.. get your car service and also check the fueses of your car .. and check if engien is giving proper amount of Power..
It sounds like the window fell off its track, or the scissor lift mechanism lost a screw. You will need to take your door panel off to determine the exact cause. Check to see if the glass broke and let me know. Often times you can fix your problem with a new nut and bolt for about 50 cents, or you may just need to re-seat your window. If you are not comfortable taking your door panel off, I would recommend bringing it to a mechanic, but expect a bill around $100 for a simple fix.