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The gear, that is attached to the actuator that moves that window up and down, may be stripped out or the actuator may be getting jammed at a certain point. The only way to really know for sure is to pull the inside door cover off and watch the actuator when you make the window go up and down. DO NOT PUT YOUR FINGERS NEAR THE ACTUATOR WHILE IT IS MOVING. Just take your time and you will be able to figure it out.
Here ya go. The tensioner pulley should have a square hole (1/2" or 3/8") to accept a ratchet wrench for levering it enough to slip belt over. Some use a bolt to put a socket or wrench on for moving it about an inch to slip belt on. Good luck.
Firs check the belt tension, you should have about 1/4 of an inch free play in the belt, that is up and down movement of the belt, also check the fluid level. Is there any noises from the powersteering pump, like a bubbling noise or a whirring noise?
need to know the engine size and you should have a diagram for the belt routing under the hood. if the belt tensioner is faulty or one of the pulleys have seized .have those repaired first instead of putting on the belt again.9 out 10 it is a faulty part that is why you may have lost the belt.
heres a couple of picture diagrams to help you, the most common area for a leak on these is the cooler line, this is the return line in which it is snaked in a s type shape to cool the power steering oil, these cooler line rots and leaks, so take a look at this first, its located at the bootm of the frame on the left side under the engine,hope this helps.
Your best bet would be to trace the lines down and find out where the leak is coming from and replace that part, your power steering lines run from the resivour to the power steering pump, run by a belt, then down the the steering gear rack. there is a supply line, and a return line.