The repair instructions posted on this forum for these regulators are fantastic as long as you haven't chewed up the cable too badly by trying to operate the window after it falls down. I learned this the hard way when my right rear window dropped all by itself one day at work. I ended up pulling the door skin off and propping the window up with a 2 x 3 cut to about 18" and wedged in the door under the window. You'll need to experiment with this. To get the door skin off, you'll need to carefully pull it off with some decent force and a panel removal tool if you have one. You run the risk of breaking some of the mounting slots on the plastic door panel but, if you're careful and go slow, you should be OK. Once you get all the blue/green pins pulled out, lift straight up on the panel to get the arm rest clips to disengage. This will make sense once you get into it. Of course there are a bunch of electrical connections to pull as you go including the window switch. Pry this up from the rear and be careful not to break the front clip. Happily the rear switch is more durable than the front ones (also found out the hard way). I ended up ordering a rebuilt regulator off of E-bay from a company in Florida. It was about $150 delievered with a core charge. If you need it, I should be able to find the link to the company. Good luck.