How do you put a car window back on track?


The first thing you need to do in order to put a car window back on track, is to take off the panel of the door. Place the window back on the track. Replace the door panel.
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1. Raise the lower sash of the window completely. 2. Hold the storm-window pane on the bottom half of its frame and tip the top edge into the opening. Visually judge which of the
Generic Answer. You need to remove the door trim. Then loosen the track, you should then be able to re locate the window into the track.
Take the door panel off... put the window in down position... now you should be able to work the window up with your hands and you will be able to see inside the door where the tracks
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