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Why would the passenger side window coming off the track about half way when you roll the window up?


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2004-06-13 00:00:00
2004-06-13 00:00:00

Hey Anna==It depends on what kind and year of car you have. If it is GM it probably is a plastickeeeper tthat fits in the run channel. if it is ford, it can be part of the linkage lose. Goodluck Joe I have a 00 Dodge Intrepid

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That depends on if it is the motor on the track inside the window or just your window being jammed. If it is the motor you would have to replace that. The most probable cause is the clips on the track coming off the window so that the window doesn't go into the correct position. It won't pull down or go up correctly. You can try to take the door panel off yourself - but I would suggest taking it to a mechanic. I have had this problem with my 03 Grand Am GT1

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Type of vehicle would help, there are some different ways they work. In general, take the inside panel off. The front track is probably held in place by one or two bolts, top and bottom. You can usually take it loose, get the window in the back track and then the front. Sometimes the plastic rollers at the bottom of the window can break and this lets the window get out of the track. Something became out of line for the window to get out of the track.

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if it's not electric it probably fell off the track

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no there is a left and right if you moved one to the other side the track for the window would face toward the out side of truck window would not mount to regulator.

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each window has it's own window regulator and window motor. so if one is working and one is not, you would have to take the door panel off and see if one or the other is working, or the window may just be off the window track


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