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hi try lubing the window guide tracks with a good silican spray this may help you may have a problem in electric window motor or a problem in the window regulater.as a temp fix u can unbolt the window regulater from the glass and push the window up and wedge it closed with a piece of wood from the bass of the window down to the bottom of the door frame good luck
On the inside trim, you can remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge. Pull back the weather seal and you'll be
able to see the motor, regulator, guide rails
You will have to remove the screws to door panel, remove window and lock controls. Then gently pry the plastic studs out of the door and lift the panel up and off. You will now have access to track and window
I hope this helps , easier done than said :)
1- Remove door latch bezel. (handle)
2- You will find door trim panel retaining bolt , remove it.
3- Remove the door pull handle screw cover.
4- Remove the door pull handle retaining screws.
5- Detach the interior door trim panel ( to make removal easy , release clip by lowering glass and pressing case inwords)
6- Disconnect the door trim harness electrical connector.
7- Remove the door trim.
8- Disconnect the driver door module electrical connector
9- To install , reverse removal procedures
First remove all of the screws, some will be hidden under plastic caps, then take a door panel tool (about $5.00 at a parts store) and work it around the panel popping out the plastic keepers. Be carefull and try not to damage the panel where the keepers attach, you can buy new keepers at any auto part store and even Lowe's and Home Depot carry them.