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Last night, on my 2004 Pacifica, as I went to put the front passenger window down, I happened to notice that it was not going down straight. Before I could stop it, basically, the window fell down. If I try to raise or lower, I can hear the motor, but the window does not move. How hard is it to remove the door panel, to see about putting the window back in the track?
As a side question, I need to replace the 3rd brake light. How do I remove the rear gate panel? I have looked, but cannot really see what is involved.
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That is some good pics of how to remove the door panel. Sorry to say but it will probably be more that just getting the window back on track. Small broken parts was our problem. I could find NO aftermarket assembly. Dealer part came with new motor and was fairly easy to replace for just over $300. I did get the window back up and used a small C-clamp and vice grips to hold it up until I gave up and bought the new part. Months later I saw on this forum where to buy Mopar parts at a discount. I have a couple of pics of the plastic pins that help hold the panel on and suggestions on how to remove them without breaking some of them. Thanks. *BW*
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