I wanted to take some heat out of the car and lowered my side windows. When I pressed the button for them to go up, the window on the co-driver didn't go up. In fact, when it was supposed to go up it produced a sound like glass was shattering. When I looked up, I saw that somehow it had shattered. I also want to mention that a co-driver's door, sometimes during the winter or when it is really cold, wouldn't open. I don't know if it is related to leaving it here just in case.
Does anyone know how this happened and if there are any instructions about how to replace the side windshield or is it better to take it to a mechanic and him to do the job?
Update: The side windshield isn't broken. After further inspection I found out that the window motor system that pulls window up and down is broken and that caused the window not to roll up.
Update 2 (Final): Opened the co-driver's doors unmounted everything and I found out that a cable that pulls the window down and up was twisted on one side and the other was disconnected. I pulled the window up with hands used good old silver tape and drove the car to mechanic. Fixed the issue.