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06-23-03, 11:14 AM   #1  
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Van off-track electric window

The glass of the passenger-side window has slid off its track. I assume the only way to reseat the window (it's electric) is to remove the inside door panel. I only see two screws (one in the handle depression, and one that appears to hold the buttons to the arm rest). Is anyone familiar with this kind of problem? Is there something I should know before I tackle this repair?

 
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06-23-03, 11:46 AM   #2  
We need to know more information about the specific vehicle to be able to assist you properly. Year? Make? Model?
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06-23-03, 12:12 PM   #3  
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See if autolibrary.org below has what you need.

 
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06-23-03, 03:35 PM   #4  
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more info

sorry - what was I thinking?

it's a 97 Plymouth Voyager

thanks in advance for any info

 
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06-23-03, 08:02 PM   #5  
Mitch,

If the window has skipped the track then you most likely will need to replace the window regulator. These regulators are very commonly prone to puking their cables. The window track and the regulator are a unit. At one time Chrysler offered the motor as a separate unit, but they now recommend replacing the entire regulator as the most common problem is the cables.
Good Luck with it,
Hope this helps,
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