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1986 Ford Bronco Rear Window Issue

My 1986 Ford Bronco rear window was working fine, then one day it just stopped working. The motor still makes noise as though it is ok, but the window will not roll up or down. I removed the access panel and engaged the lockout to open the gate. I did notice that the support members for the window gears appear to be loose at the bottom where they are attached to the inside wall of the gate. Appears to be a rust issue. May need to have them spot-welded at some point, but I don't believe that is the issue (but am not sure). Anyone with experience dealing with this problem, any information that you have would be appreciated.

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There is a motor gear repair kit that is available from the dealer. It i really easy to install.

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