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Driver side window off track

I was rolling my window up and the back of the glass ended up where the middle of the glass should be. How in the world will I get it back on track and inside of the rubber trim at the same time.

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  • brendat5 Jul 09, 2008

    I got it

  • jayman2008 Oct 02, 2008

    I have the same problem, except power window!!!

  • justinregan4 Oct 06, 2008

    i have the same problem because i had to use a slim jim to open my truck when i ran over my key at work with my forklift and sanpped it in 2. i took the window off track on accident trying to unlock the door. i have manual windows... any ideas... justinregan44@yahoo.com

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From what you discribe I will guess this is a s10 blazer, as on this smaller blazer the glass is held into the tracks by clips the attach through very small holes. 1 on the top back edge and 1 on the front lower edge. These clips you can get from the dealer or just go by and autoglass shop.

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