How do i put driver side window back on track on a 91 acura legend?
Well, after removing the door panel and disconnecting all of the necessary parts(please be careful in doing this, some of the parts will break quite easily), look toward the inside front of the door (near the hinged area) - there's a track located there that extends all the way up to the top of the door and this is probably the reason your window keeps coming off track( this was the case with mine) - There's a bolt that holds the track in place. Loosen it a little to get the window back into the track. Put the window back into the track but make sure that the rubber guide on the upper and lower part of the door remains around the windows edge, re-tighten the bolt and then reconnect the window controls to test it. It should flow up and down as if new. .
Check window regulator for voltage and if your window is off track, buy a tube of flowable silicone and duct tape the window and see if the track will drop when lowering the window with the motor. If the track lowers. Silicone the tracks and unduct tape the window and slowly ease the window into the track, sometimes you want a screw driver outside the vehicle to hold the window in the direct path of…
How do you fix a driver side rear window in a 2004 Jeep Liberty that seems to have fallen off the track?
It has seemed to be a problem. Due to the center console it is easy for the arm to rest on the switch for the rear driver side window. This causes the spring that controls the window to break. It seems as if it is off track. You just need a new window regulator. Unfortunatly it is a dealer item and unless you you goto a junkyard it's expensive.