Here are complete step-by-step instructions (with photos) on how to remove a door panel:
Here are complete step-by-step instructions (with photos) on how to test a power window motor to determine whether
the problem is in the motor/regulator or the switch/wiring
Cut the cables with a side cutters. Tape the window up until you can replace the regulator. The old one is toast
glue it with clear epoxy
ONCE THE CABLE COMES OFF ,YOU NEED TO REPLACED THE WHOLE WINDOW REGULATOR.
Loose or failing speedometer cable Speedometer head needs repair
i have a 89 gt 5.0 . theres little plastic clips on the middle back and bottom front of the window. pull the window out and replace them. it should help.
To repair a hood latch cable on a 2003 Hyundai Elantra, you have to take it to your local mechanic or dealership. The hood latch cable should only be reconnected with an experienced hand. While you can use wrenches and screwdrivers, the latch cable may come loose again.
get it tightened
If it is not a bad switch, the cable moving the window up and down probably came loose or broke. The window regulator comes as an assembly which includes the motor, cable and track. It costs around $70. The passenger window on mine did this. I have found that if I grasp the top of the window and move it forward, toward the front of the car it gets back on track and works fine.
I think you mean tangled, which means twisted or mixed together. Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive. The fishing lines were too tangled and we had to cut them loose.
It could be the shift cable is out of sync or loose. Have a transmission shop take a look. If that's all it is, it's a relatively simple repair
It's likely that such a minor repair would be below your policy deductible. A handy man usually covers loose window seals. It's part of normal home maintenance.
neg cable bolted to the body of car.