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Side door window fall down is power windows when i try to pull window down i can hear that window about to go down and that, some times window do go down but when i try to pull up window no problem

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  • superty1000 Sep 08, 2008

    my rear passenger window, does not roll up, only down. And i have to pull it up by hand and from time to time it slowly starts falling back down. HELP!

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If your windows are power you need to replace the window regulator.They are aroud a $100.00 dollars but it comes complete with motor.There are no servicable small parts for them,you have to buy complete.

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