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The right side back window won't roll up it's electrical and makes a sound like it's not on track or something

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Driver side window came off track


it is not off track. the grinding or metal scratching noise is from the window regulator cable that has broke off from the plastic idler pulley on regulator and is now wound up on the motor. you need a new window regulator.

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Window on passenger side of my 1995 nissan maxima won't go up. all the other windows are working. what could the problem be? thanks onno ihns


If it makes a sound when you try to roll it up then it isn't the motor. If thats the case the window probably fell off the window regulator track. To fix it you have to take off the door panel and put the window back in the track.
If you don't hear a sound when you try to roll it up it is most likely the window regulator motor. In that case you can buy a replacement online at a place like rockauto.com or go to a junk yard to get it cheaper.
More unlikely problems could be the electrical wiring is messed up somewhere in the car or the master window switch is out.

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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)

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The rear passenger side window seems to be coming off at the front side. I can tell if the rubber is torn or if it just need to be pushed back together.


sounds like the track has been dismounted....try to pull off the inside door panel and look for any missing or broken bolts on the track itself... the track protrudes down to keep the window on track....if this is not a problem look at the glass itself...roll the window down a little to see the bottom of the glass. makes sure all of the mounting brackets are in place and secure..

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actually you have thought of all but the prob. The track has jumped, making the motor not move the window. Sometimes you can gently slide the window up by hand and then the motor will catch the track and finish rolling the window up

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YOU HAVE A BAD WINDOW REGULATOR WHEN YOU ROLL IT DOWN IT COMES OFF TRACK SO WHEN YOU ROLL IT UP YOU RUN INTO THIS ISSUE

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