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Power windows The guide bracket for the cables that raise and lower the window on thr driver's side broke.The cable that raises the window came loose and allowed the cables to wrap around the cam or roller. I have pulled both cables fron around the roller but I do not know how to adjust the cables. I don't know where to attach the top cable.

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Once this device has failed (broken); you need to replace it. Once the cables are off, the regulator is beyond repair. This is a common failure with this model Camry; I regularly stock several window regulators in the parts dept and replace 5-6 a month.

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Here's what happens:
The windows are raised and lowered by a small cable driven by an electric motor. The cable is held in place by a small, weak, plastic part molded into the mechanism. Over time the plastic weakens and eventually breaks, releasing the cable. This is usually when raising the window. Since there is now nothing holding the window up, it falls to the bottom of the door. Try as you might, the window is not coming up.
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Remove the interior door panels. There are several plastic clips and a few screws. Be careful not to break the clips.
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