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Replacement clips are available through specialty auto parts stores...there are many tricks or solvents that will loosen the glue on the broken clip...if you damage the glass, you can find a popular window replacement, inspect the clip too, at your nearby salvage yard or online...Hope this helps.
Its the window regulator thats broke. Most are made with plastic brackets and cable. The plastic breaks and the cable goes nuts then nothing is holding the window. You need to get a regulator, if you can take the door panel off you should be able to handle installing the window regulator.
buy the whole regulator new, they will be different. the gears or cables are old along with the motors so you should just get the whole thing new. look on ebay or a parts store instead of a dealer. a glass shop can install them for you.
I recently did this repair. I bought a new window regulator online since the dealer price for this job complete is about $400. The plastic parts are rarely available as a separate item. The problem with mine was the plastic runner that connects to the cable and runs in the track of the window regulator. This part breaks easily and is not available without buying the whole regulator. It took me probably 2 hours to get this done.
.leave window up half way.tape window to hold it.remove door panel clips.rip out foam moudling.drill out rivets holding regulator.remove connector.remove regulator clips.remove regulator.put in new regulator and clips.put in new rivets.plug connector.test it.if all is good install moulding and door panel.
Does it go up if you pull on it? It could be anything from bad connection to broken wire to binding. Take the door panel of and check all the wires. Check the switch also. If the window goes up if you help it, it is more than likely just out of alignment or something is jamming it.
BEST IS TO CHANGE THE WHOLE MOTOR AND REGULATOR. YOU CAN GET 1 FROM YOUR LOCAL JUNK YARD. FIRST YOU ARE GOIN TO HAVE TO TAKE OFF THE DOOR PANEL, I THINK THERE IS 1 SCREW IN THE DOOR HANDLE, AND 1 IN THE LITTLE HANDLE YOU GRAB TO CLOSE THE DOOR. THE REST SHOULD BE LITTLE PLASTIC CLIPS TO RELEASE THE PANEL. (BE CAREFUL NOT TO BEND THE DOOR LATCH BARS THAY COME OFF WITH A SIMPLE CLIP). THERE WILL BE 4 10MM BOLTS FOR THE REGULATOR AND MOTOR ASSY. AND THERE WILL BE 2 10MM BOLTS ON THE GLASS ITSELF. THERE IS A LITTLE TRICK FOR THE ONES ON THE GLASS. IF YOU LOOK AT THE DOOR ITSELF WITH THE PANEL OFF THERE WILL BE 2 HOLES WITHOUT ANYTHING IN THEM. LOOK IN THE HOLES AND LOWER THE WINDOW TILL YOU SEE THE 2 BOLTS. IF THE WINDOW IS STUCK AND WILL NOT MOVE AT ALL. ONCE YOU UNBOLT THE ASSY YOU CAN MOVE EVERYTHING INSTEAD OF JUST THE WINDOW .
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