Q: Q: Window not going up or down

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The rear left window won't go up or down.

The window regulator is most likely broken and needs replaced if you hear the motor crunch when operated. I recommend you have a mechanic like ones from YourMechanic come by to determine why your window is not going up or down, and suggest the best path to repair.

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