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window help

I have a problem with my passenger side window. Rolls down no problem but when I try and roll it up SOMETIMES it will go almost all the way up and then start "chugging" up and each time it chugs it barely moves you have to hold it down and let it chug the rest of the way or help the window up with your hand? Anybody know what it is?

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Motor gearbox, probably the torque pins.
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Awesome! Thank you! So the motor is fine you think?
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the pins are like a fuse

if the motor had enough torque to break them

motor should be fine

but the window must be jamming
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It'll go up and down normal every once in awhile but some times it just sits near the top and clicks and needs help from me pushing up on it to close it
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you said that in your opening post

so?
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you said that in your opening post

so?
Oops sorry I was just reiterating, I appreciate your help!
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disassemble the door, and look at what is going on

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