Q: One window falls down in the door

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I have a 2006 Honda Pilot which is mechanically sound but has a few issues with the interior/body. The biggest issue I am trying to remedy at the moment is that the passenger side front door window falls open and I'm not able to close it. My car has 45,000 miles and I need it to last a while, so I want to fix the problem at its source, not just do a quick fix and chase little glitches forever. Where do I start?

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