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Q: Car window stuck partially down

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The rear driver's side window is stuck partially down. I tried changing the fuse, but that didn't work.

The window motor is most likely not working and needs to be replaced. The motor and regulator most likely need to be replaced. I recommend having an expert mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, help you determine why your window is not working.

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