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Drivers side power window stuck

I have a 2000 9.3 with a drivers side window that is stuck. The motor still works but the glass is off track. Is this something that can be fixed without having to take to a shop?

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Yes,

1. trust youself

2.Open the panel slowly, some screws behind the handle opener, first you start from the bottom of the panel, and check see where has the screw connect to the door metal part and figure it out to open it. As soon as you move the panel, cut the plastic on the metal and check the small plastic wheel see it is in the track, and also check the arm connect to the motor, maybe the arm loss, be sure put a pin to connect the arm and then test it.
3. any this kind job, cost you more than $350.00 -$450.00
Hope this can help.

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Plastic wheel w/holding pin cost around $7 USDs. My was broken it took several attempts but it finally snapped into place.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

I just fixed this on my car today. I used a $2 piece of plastic from the hardware store.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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