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Rear power window will not roll up and can not get door pane off to service, located right rear door

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To take panel off you.
1.Unscrew door lock knob.
2.Open door, look where it latches,Take the little black piece off.
3.There is a U-shaped plastic piece at the top of the handle you close the door with,Carefully pry it out.
4.Take the 10mm bolt out.
5.The black plastic piece that holds the chrome handle you open the door with,Slide it to the right.
6.Lift the whole panel straight up.
7.Unplug window switch.
If you pull out the door clips will pull off, You can glue they back on with some 2 part apoxy.
Good Luck

Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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