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1996 Subaru Legacy

The driver's door window on my Subaru Legacy apparently jumped it's track... it's all the way up, and even extends over the door frame about 1.5 inches. How tricky is it for me to get it back on its track? I have the Chilton book which is worthless to me because it has much terminology I don't understand, and it doesn't even note which pictures go with which instruction. If I take off the door panel, will I be able to see how to reseat the window?

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Pull out the panel and you see some. I try to send pictures from haynes book.

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