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Re: Driver side window off track
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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If the motor or track has something that causes a drag or interference, the motor will reverse as a safety feature. The motor would not know if the drag was a faulty track or a child's arm. You may have to pull the door panel and check the movement of the glass.
If you can hear the motor running while pressing the window switch you may have a broken clip or something in the way causing the window to slip off track. If no sound comes while pressing the window button you may need a power window regulator motor "OR" the window button itself may need replacing. If the window was down when it stopped working and had to be manually rolled back up, this can cause the glass to randomly fall back inside the door. This is because the car thinks that the window is still down and will continue to fall until it tells the computer that the window was closed using the power window button. If the window falls at just the wrong angle you could end up having to replace the glass as well.
LOOK AT YOUR WINDOW WHERE IT IS ROLLING UP AT HONDA IS BAD FOR GETTING OFF TRACK AT THE FRONT THE GLASS IS MOST LIKELY BETWEEN THE RUBBER AND THE DOOR TO FIX TAKE THE DOOR PANEL OFF UBOLT THE FRT TRACK PUT THE GLASS BACK IN AND GIVE IT A TRY
You will have to take the door panel off. Roll the window down/up about 1/2 way. Look at the channel were the bottom of the glass sits. There are most likely a couple of screws, 1 near each end. Loosen them up and remove the glass by holding on to it while lowering the assembly all the way (crank it down. Tilt one end up and lower the other. Glass should come out of the track. Reverse to replace the new glass.
Your window has a lower glider that floats on a track, and sometimes when people replace the glass they fail to replace the stopper on the end, which acts as a brake. If you can see the track with the panel off, watch as you roll up the window and see if the rollers stay in the track. Also remember that the glass has a glider glued to its back side to keep the window level as you roll. The most common problem here is the glass slipping off track, and a new track inserted into your window frame will fix that (Dealer Item)
Thanks for the info, I think I can help. Roll the window down until it tilts forward just a little. Once the glass has tilted forward, do you see a tiny hole in the rear upper corner of the glass? I think your model has a small piece of plastic that hooks into that hole and rides up and down the vertical window track to hold the glass straight.
probably worn out regulator,especially if you haer the motor when you press the button,try various nissan wreckers it should be $100 maybe $200 but thats it labour should be 1 to 2 hrs depends on mechanic,definately window reg problem