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Passenger side back seat window not working and stuck down inside.

(2002 Chrysler Sebring)
in Surprise, AZ on August 28, 2010
How do I access passenger side rear window in order to repair it?
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on August 31, 2010
1.Lower convertible top.
2.Remove rear seat cushion and rear seat back.
3.Remove door sill trim panel.
4.Remove push-in fastener attaching quarter trim panel to door sill panel.
5.Remove speaker grille Speaker Grille
6.Remove vertical screws and inboard screw attaching quarter trim panel to inner quarter panel Quarter Trim Panel
7.Remove screws attaching quarter trim panel to inner quarter panel through the speaker opening.
8.Remove screws attaching quarter trim panel to inner quarter panel at rear of trim panel.
9.Remove push-in fasteners attaching quarter trim panel to inner quarter panel at front of trim panel.
10.Pull trim panel from inner quarter panel and disconnect speaker wiring connector.
11.Remove quarter trim panel from vehicle.
REMOVAL OF WINDOW REGULATOR
1.Raise quarter glass to full up position, if possible, to aid in removal.
2.Remove quarter trim panel.
3.Partially lower convertible top.
4.Disconnect wire connector to power window motor.
5.Remove fasteners holding quarter window module to inner quarter panel Quarter Window Module
6.Lift quarter window module upward and out opening at top of quarter panel.
7.Separate quarter glass from quarter window module Quarter Glass
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