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Or your window actuator may have a lock up issue/shot. Very common in late model fors cars. Fairly easy fix if you have a set of basic tools a manual for your stang and lastly a replacement part. Try rockauto.com not too expensive there last time I replaced mine in 2006. Was the window having issues prior to it happening or was this issue a sudden thing?
if the window is off track the regulator is probably bad. to remove the door panel should be a couple of screws by the inside pull handle and possibly one by the door handle itself also check the bottom of the door for any then just pull it off and lift up to clear latches and remove plastic film to get to inside of the door
Seems the window is 'dragging' in it's track or it is OUT-OF-TRACK. Verify that the window is in it's track - if so, find/get some silicon spray and spray it down the front & rear track. See if that does the trick. If you discover the window is OUT-OF-TRACK, you'll need to put it back in its track (or find someone who knows how to do this). If neither of these solutions works, perhaps you should take it into the Hyundai Dealership and have them diagnose the problem.
The Regulator will fix the problem. The tracks might also need a little adjustment.(loosen bolts move track then retighten) Try holding the window while you are rasing it you might be able to guide it up so that it will close a bit more.
On my 2000 bville, all four of my windows came off. All four had the
same problem. the upper and lower cables go around the pulleys then
connect to a plastic piece connected to the track. This plastic piece
breaks and lets the cable free. I fixed them all by removing motor
assembly and reconnecting the cable with coat hangar wire. Kind of a
redneck fix, I know, but beat paying 160 dollars per window for a new
assembly that would probably break again!! Good luck!!
You need a new window regulator. Make sure after the replacement you need to put silicone lube on the tracks in front and rear of the window. This will keep it from going bad again. Lube the other window that you don't want to replace the regulator in.