Hey Stacy==It isn't the easiest thing to do and you need special tools. I suggeast you take it to the trim shop. GoodluckJoe
The only special tool you need is a trim panel remover tool that you can buy for under $10. See my related link for full instructions on how to do the repair.
dude take it to safelite you ain't gonna figure it out just gonna give your self a headach btw its called a panel poper and its called a door panel nice try though
yea it's a door panel, but the tool is a trim panel remover.
you prolly need a new window motor... check a local junkyard.
I can't tell you precisely, but you'll see it when you pull the inside door panel off to access it.
replace the power window motor inside the door. You will have to drill out the rivets and replace with nuts and bolts
Goto www.car-parts.com and look up and engine in the list it will tell you all the cars that have that motor
video on how to replace window lift motor on j30
Remove the window regulator and motor from the door as an assembly. Drill out rivets that hold motor to regulator and replace motor. Regulator needs to be riveted back into door for reassembly
Try this link, http://www.a1electric.com/grandam.htm. It shows how to replace the entire window regulator assembly (which includes the motor). Probably the cleanest description I have found.
Me and two of my friends have had problems with one or another window not responding, every time it was the actual switch in the center counsel that went out
http://www.energysuspension.com/forum/index.php?topic=12.0 Found this real fast. It tells you how to replace the motor mount insert, but explains how to replace the whole thing as well.
How to remove the window motor from the regulator
the power window motor is probably bad