Well if u wanna contact me ill walk u through how to get the panel off......and no u cant put it back on track....u have to replace the regulator. Its really easy.....u should buy the reg with the motor attached....its only like $20 more....and moving the motor from one reg to the other can be tricky
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remove the door panel and inside the door at the bottom of the track you will find a bolt that adjusts the window track position
put the window down as far as possible and adjust the track back tight against the glass and tension up the nut
got to take the door panel off to access the down window not a hard fix Chrysler Plymouth and Dodge all have that problem its a little plastic tab that break causing the window to fall you will need the window regulator.
you should have adjustments along the bottom of the tracks, what you need to do, is get the window inside those glides, and squeeze the slides into the edges of the glass window, that should keep it in line and on track
here watch this, it might give you a better idea, this is pretty much the same as with Most door glass
remove elecctrical switch fom panel and remove scrwes under usually 2 also check under pull handle for scwes then gntly tap or push panel up should come up easy if hard check for more holding screws in mirror inside cover or buttom part of panel.
you have to remove the door panel..unbolt the tracking from inside the door..slide the windows back inside the track rails....push window all the way up..tape the window so that id does not fall back down or have someone hold window up while you rebolt the track to the door.replace door panel....the tracks move over time and that it why the window fell.
this problem is very easy to fix,,open door look for bolts or screws all around inside of door ,take them all off,then take door panel off ,,you will then see track with window on it loosen two track nuts ,fit window into track then tighting nuts ,put back on panel ,all screws bolts ,ect ect ,JOB DONE
You remove the door panel,to get to everything.
You may have to replace the window regulator or cable.
You don't just put it back on track,it broke.
Were long sleeves and thin gloves,to avoid cuts,while working inside the door panel