Toyota 06' Highlander power window lift arm pops out of track ?

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Old 27 Dec 2016, 07:18 am   #11 (permalink)
Brian
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replying to Pat Litke, Brian wrote:
I have the window problem on my 2006 highlander, the rear passenger window
came off the track , I put it back on track. But when I roll it almost to the
top ( 4'' to close completely) it stopped , even I used my hand to give it a
push, but it did not move.
I don't know if the track was in the right position or the regulator got
weaken after 10 years. Should I replace the window regulator motor or the
whole regulator set?

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Old 11 Feb 2017, 09:18 pm   #12 (permalink)
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replying to Pat Litke, g26m wrote:
how do u get window out. when i took my door panel off, the track/rubber
gasket was lying at the bottom of the door. only way i figure i can get it
back on bottom of window is sliding the track onto bottom of window from one
side but can't figure how to get window out of door.


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Old 22 May 2017, 03:18 pm   #13 (permalink)
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replying to Pat Litke, Gary B wrote:
I had same issue. Window slid in its bracket towards rear of vehicle enabling
lift arm to slip out of its track. With 2x4 and hammer on metal track was able
to put it back to original position (was about 1.5 inches out of place). So
far so good. I do not know how it had slid 1.5 inches in the first place so Im
sure it could/will happen again.

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