Well, I found out what it was with the window. At least on the 99 Intrigue.
The 'cable' bound around the pulley. As a result, it stressed the nylon tab
where the cable attached on the 'riser' part, snapping it. Ended up the
cable 'sproinged around the pulley and bound up tight.
It wasn't worth doing anything with it. I just went to a yard and found
the exact same car and pulled the whole assembly out. It's bolted in
and the whole thing without the glass goes in and out real easy. The
toughest part is the fact that most yard cars with good glass have
the windows up tight, and it's a real pain to get at the bolt-heads unless
you lower the window. Make sure to have an open end wrench for this.
I found out later the yard guys always carry around one of those portable
batteries with jumpers to lower windows to take them out. Something
that seems pretty obvious, but I would never have thought of that in
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