Q: Shifter boot loose

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The button for the driver's window is loose, and the shifter boot is loose.

These interior components are wear items and replacements are usually available, even in aftermarket options. Have a mechanic, like our experts housed at YourMechanic, inspect your power window system to make sure that the mounting area for these parts are ok, and estimate the repair.

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