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1999 ML320 Window Problems


I have a problem that I am hoping someone can help me with. I have a 1999 Mercedes ML320 and the front driver side window will not roll up. The last time the window worked I rolled it down and then tried to roll it back up but the white lever underneath the back switch housing broke. I have replaced the entire switch panel and all of the other switches work fine (at least the ones that were previously working) but the window still will not roll up. I checked the fuse, hoping it was something simple, but the fuse was good.

Can anyone tell me if there is a way I can get the window up without taking the door a part? Also, any suggestions on what else I can do to trouble shoot the problem would be appreciated. I am really hoping that it is not the window motor. Iím not sure I have the expertise to replace it.

Thank you!
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