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Back window will not stay up - Intrigue Oldsmobile Cars & Trucks

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  • blfillmore Sep 06, 2008

    I had that problem. The small plastic cable end retainer broke on the window track. Do not try to operate it until you repair it. You will kink the cable. I took mine apart and bent a wire that looks like a n___n (loop straight loop) and connected it to the cable ends at the plastic retainer. Then I restrung the cable over the guides. It works and saved me $450.

  • ask4mrbiggs Nov 10, 2008

    2000 Intrigue same problem on the rear drivers side

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You need a window regulater

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