So short story: I think my automatic drivers-side window is off the housing inside the door. Can i fix this myself or should I have the dealer do it when i get my oil changed in the next week?<p>Longer Story: I park outside overnight due to the fact that I dont get a garage stall in my apartment (friend's condo, i am roomate, he gets parking). The trees are some bizaare little a-holes because overnight, less than 8 hours, my car is COVERED in micro-drops of tree-sap. This is a huge pain in the ass not jus tbecause it almost requires a daily wash, but because the exterior is sticky 99% of the time.<p>Well the window had said sap on it. This wasnt ever a problem before. I hit my window down button and the window got 60% down, came away from the back side of the window housing (toward the rear of the car) and stopped. Essentially there was a 2" gap between the window and the non-hinge side of the door. <p>I pushed up, it didnt budge, i pushed down it didnt budge. The sap got it stuck on the rubber molding on the outside portion. Well i pushed up again and used my hand to maneuver it back into place but im concerned its completely broken.<p>Thoughts?