The roller on the window guide attached to the bottom of the window glass may break off and cause the window to come off track.
Average mileage: 111,666 (67,000–179,000)
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the rollers that hold the drivers door window broke off don't know how to fix
thought it was the guide / not motor..but but the whole assembly..put it in..got the rollers inside the bottom of the window chanel..and that roller that is revited on the window bottom..that goes up and down the rear guide..broke off the rivet..omg...now finding that whole assembly is impossible..all i need is a new roller and see if i can bolt it on..rediculous..screwed up the regulator bent the one roller piece..and it really pissed me off as i could have hammered the old one out also..the motor and regulator were just replaced 3 yrs ago..
Had to re weld it onto the track
i have the same issue. withe the bracket mounted to the glass. the roller broke off and window is stuck up. anybody have any fixes or know were to find the parts?
It rolls up cricket all over the lace haven't had it fixed yet.
My Driver side window just stopped about 1/3 of the way up yesterday. I took off the panels and discovered that the roller guide that is attached to the bottom framing of the window itself had just worn out and was detached from the track the roller guide is supposed to ride in. The Car is 22 years old. So this is something that one could reasonably understand happening. The roller guide is riveted to the bottom frame and housing that holds the window. I am seeking someone to hire who understands these problems and can fix this for me. Besides that the car is in MINT condition.
had a friend repair it - BOTH windows!! Driver's side took a couple of repairs!
mount brackets loose