1. Remove door panel.
a) Remove screw at door open pull.
b) Remove door handle trim, pry silver plastic trim piece from lower side
with a screwdriver. There’s a small notch for the screwdriver blade to
fit in. remove the two screws behind this cover.
c) Lift window switch plate up from the front edge it just pops off.
Unplug wire harness.
d) Pull door panel off, clips hold it on, start from the lower edge.
e) Remove door lock and handle rods from the levers.
f) Unplug courtesy light at bottom of door.
2. Remove inner door skin; this is the metal plate that is held on by a bunch of bolts. This will gain you access to the track bolts. I’m not positive but you may be able to get to them without removing this plate. I have sound deadener applied to the door so it hides all the holes so I couldn’t see it. But I’m pretty sure the holes are covered by tape where the window bolts can be accessed.
3. Plug window switch back in and raise/lower the window till you can see the lower track bracket. There are two 10mm bolts holding the window to the track. The bolts look like they are attached to a plastic piece on the lower edge of the glass. My front bolt was loose and causing the window to rattle and also not close completely flush, so wind noise occurred at high speeds. It’s a good idea to close the door and check from the outside if the window is in alignment. You might need to loosen the bolt and re-position the window a few times before you get it right.