Does it seem like the window is biding up when you try and move it up and down?
Sure... you could try that.
If the window is going down crooked, it could have came off track. Your window regulator could have went bad. However if your regulator is good and the window has not come off track, the window motor itself could just be bad.
YES... I will be on line all day.
When you unbolt the motor/regulator from the door, the whole assembly will be free and you should be able to get either the window to move or gain access to the bolts that hold it in place. MOst likely 10 mm bolts. You may need to use a swivel.
There are two small guides on each side of the window. Just be sure the window is riding in those guides.
With the regulator unbolted, you should be able to move the entire assembly up or down a few inches to give you better access to the bolts that you need to remove.
A swivel is a socket that allows you to unscrew a bolt from an angle.
Here is the procedure from alldata.
WINDOW REGULATOR REMOVAL
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