I tried and finally was able to install the window. The 2 ball ends on the window motor arms is tricky. Since there is not a lot of room to get to the ball ends, you have to work through the precut holes of the metal part of the door. I wound up getting the window along with the bottom track that is riveted on the bottom of it from an auto salvage for $35. I put the window through the top and taped it in the up position. Then you have to crank up the motor arms to be even with the track and lining up the balls ends with the plastic sliders. They must be perfectly aligned and should have already have prepped with bearing grease appled in the plastic slide. Somehow I was able to get a vise grip in there and the grips must be right in the center of both parts. Once compressed, the ball pops into the mating hole in the plastic slide. I reapeated this for the other slide and the window works perfectly.
Saturday, October 10th, 2009 AT 8:09 PM